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Hello all!

This is Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller!



1.)  We take a strong stance on wearing long skirts all the time ( close to our ankles) and modest shirts, nothing tight, not low cut etc.

2.) Having long hair and not cutting our hair except bangs and trimmings.

3.) Wearing head covering in church.

4.) Keeping the Sabbath Day holy (Not going to restaurants or stores unless the ox IS in the ditch ) Not watching any non-biblical movies on Sunday or playing non-biblical games.

5.) Listening to NO contemporary music or rock music.

6.)The Bible being only KJV.

 No, we are not Pentecostal or Mormon! We will not look down on anybody that doesn't think the same way we do.



 





About Hannah:
Hi! I'm the oldest sister on this blog. 
I am engaged to my best friend and love of my life, Sean-Paul!! :) We are planning our wedding for 2015!!

I am a big animal lover, especially dogs. When I start my own family I plan to have at least three dogs and at least five cats. I LOVE cows. Working with cows is so fun and rewarding! My favorite breed of cows is Beefalo. I love going berry picking, running and playing with my siblings. Some of my favorite books include the Bible, of course, the Warriors series, Elsie Dinsmore, The Girl of the Limberlost, and The Great Illustrated Classics. I hate crocheting but love to knit. I love our church. I enjoy singing hymns of praise to God. A few of my favorite movies are Lord of the Rings, Narnia, the Sound of Music, and Despicable Me. I find traveling stressful and distasteful. I love taking pictures when I am in the proper mood. I like to read jokes and be around people who make me laugh.


~Hannah Ruth Keller~








Hey y'all, I'm Ruth, welcome!

I love all things baby, am a passionate piano player, and a "crazy" cat lover.
 I am a type one diabetic. I love listening to Hymns, piano, flute, and violin duets, and movie soundtracks! I also enjoy singing.  I LOVE crocheting, sewing, scrap booking, and treasure keeping. I enjoy fishing, target practice and love daggers, knives, and guns. I also enjoy baking, and making dinner. I enjoy working with plants, planting gardens, and working with herbs. My favorite books are The Bible, Elsie Dinsmore, The Warrior series, Deltora Quest, Anne of Green Gables and Royal Diaries. I enjoy walking the dogs at the park, fellowship and sewing at church, hanging out with my best friend, Janna, and my sisters, playing with my little sisters hair, and long talks with my sisters!


If you have any questions I would be glad to answer! Thanks!

~Ruth Anne Keller~









About Sarah
Hi! I'm the youngest blogger in the family! My favorite fruit is Pineapple, my favorite animal is a horse! I love biking, swimming, reading, crocheting, and knitting, playing board games, sewing, baking, and fishing with my brothers. I love reading White Fang and Call of the Wild! I love mornings in the kitchen and cooking dinner with my Mom. I enjoy learning piano by ear and I LOVE singing.
I hope you enjoy the blog!

~Sarah Christiana Keller~





And our family....
The brothers
Jonathan, Jeremy, Joshua, and Joel.

Joshua, Joel, Jeremy, and Jonathan :)

Abigail.



Joel and his fiancee, Lizzy :)

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Daddy and Mommy. :)

Hope y'all stay a while! :)
~The Keller Girls~

197 comments:

  1. I really like your about you page!!! I have a strong stance on modesty as well. I do wear shorter skirts though. I don't wear anything above the knee, just below the knee and longer. I also do wear shorts and pants but only if they are not tight and stuff!
    What do you girls consider as "contemporary" music? I don't listen to Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez or people like that.... I do listen to other girls like Britt Nicole, Jamie Grace, BarlowGirl, and christian artists like that. They do pop music but they are VERY uplifting lyrics and I really enjoy them!

    I am really enjoying corosponding with you girls!

    ~Ireland~

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  2. Hey Ireland!

    Yes, we would count artists like that as contemperary music. We would
    only listen to hymns, and psalms.

    "Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the
    Lord." Ephesians 5:19

    "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and
    hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord." Colossians 3:16

    "Moreover Hezekiah the king and the princes commanded the Levites to sing praise unto the Lord with the
    words of David, and of Asaph the seer. And they sang praises with gladness and they bowed their heads and
    worshipped." II Chronicles 29:30 ( Here you can see they worshipped him humbly with bowed heads.)

    When you think of Rock, or pop songs you would get this picture of a
    Rock concert with electric guitar and drums etc. What is the difference between Taylor Swift and Britt Nicole, etc.??
    The only difference between them is, Taylor Swift sings about country and Britt Nicole sings about God.
    It's the same beat and sound! Where do you draw the line?

    "And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove
    what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God." Romans 2:12 KJV

    "Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the Love of the Father
    is not in him." I John 2:15 (Wow!!)

    "Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye seperate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and
    I will receive you." II Corinthians 6:17

    "Prove all things; hold fast that which is good." I Thessalonians 5:21

    "Abstain from all appearances of evil." I Thessalonians 5:22

    "No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate one, and love the other; or else he will hold to one, and
    despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon." Matthew 6:24

    Lately the churches have been taking God and Rock and mixing them togther to have entertainment for the
    teenagers!

    (We got this part from a book)

    The approaches of religious rockers all seem to suggest that, "We must become the world to win the world."
    That method will not work simply because it is outside of God's plan for the proper balancing of
    Biblically-ordained modes of evangelism with Biblical principles of separation. If one believes at all in the
    Bible doctrine of "separation" from the world, is it not logical to include the Christian's music?


    We agree that people need to be saved, but is this the way to do it?


    God Bless!

    ~The Keller Girls~

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    1. How do you guys feel about Kari Jobe? I like her, she's honestly one of the only Christian artist I listen to more often. I grew up in a house where my mother played hymns and really old gospel tunes form very old gospel singers on the radio, so I have grown to like those songs, more genuine in my opinion. I agree on where you stand about the music, somewhat. I honestly don't like gospel hip-hop for sure, because for me it reminds me much of secular hip hop only difference is one sings for God.

      I believe in the separation from the world, and I am still doing so more and more daily. I pray for God's help in this area, because I was very deeply entangled under the elements of the world a few years ago before I repented of my sins, so now I know I need the good Lords help as I grow and mature and take up my cross daily. I'm not aware of your ages but I think perhaps I'm a bit older than you all, just assuming, but you guys are really wise in a lot of thing's I heard you say above. :-)

      I wish I was as closer to my older and younger sister like you guys. My younger sister lives in Florida and my older sister well that's a really long story for another time, lol. :-)

      I really like your "about you section", I like how each of you write about yourselves. I read a book once called, "The Poisonwood Bible" when I was a teenager. It's about a missionary family, a Pastor, His wife, and 3 daughters who went to the Congo in Africa. I think it was during mid or late 1900's I can't recall lol. I mention the book because in the book each daughter and the mother write just the way you did in your "about you section" above. Each sister writing her view point in each chapter. I like that. :-)I like how your home schooled, I honestly wish I was, but God plans we're different for me I suppose, but I have said in my heart if I ever have children I want them home schooled.

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    2. Hello Sateigdra!
      Thank you for following our blog!

      We would consider Kari Jobe's music contemporary music. In several of her songs there is
      a beat and her voice is the same as most singers out there. Yes! One sings about God the other
      sings about country or whatever! That is a good point!


      That is great that we can meet someone who believes close to what we believe!
      Our Mom also was a very rebellious teen who didn't know the Lord! Soon after she turned twenty
      she started going to church and the Lord really convicted her! After Mom got saved
      all her desire for alcohol and drugs completely was gone! Soon after that Mom met Dad!


      Yes, we are in our early teens =D
      We give God all the glory! We have been raised to love the Lord by godly parents! It is
      such a blessing!


      Oh! How sad that your sisters are not near you! If you were standing in front of us, we would give you a big hug!

      That is so neat about that book! It sounds neat!

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    3. You guys put a smile on my face and if I was there I would hug all of you back, one big bear hug lol.

      When I was younger my mother didn't let me have a tv of my own so I read a lot in my room. I loved reading mysteries mostly, and books about different social issues that were going on in Africa, even though I have no idea why, I was a very weird little girl. I love Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boy's , the Hardy Boys mostly though. I also like authors like C.S Lewis and Rudyard Kipling, one of my most favorite books was The Little Princess.

      I don't like a whole lot of the things people my age likes, I'm 26 by the way, my birthday is next month on the 1st. People my age are mostly into reality shows about housewives and the jersey shore and things like that. I like turner classic movies. I also like some classical music, Schubert is my favorite, his song "standchen" is my most favorite of all, perhaps you might listen to it, it's most beautiful when played on violin accompanied by the piano.

      You like the civil war era, very interesting. I mostly like the Edwardian, Elizabethan and Victorian era, all English, I like the English. I like Charles Dickens, he's is one of my faves, as well as Jane Austen. I also watched and liked "Pride and Prejudice" with Keira Knightly, if you liked that perhaps you might like "The Young Victoria".

      Maybe you guys could check that book out I mentioned in my other message. I know the title of the book sounds strange, "Poisonwood Bible" but the book is quite interesting, it's about a missionary family from the south, that goes to the Congo in Africa to spread the gospel, the fathers a pastor. It's very well written,the story is really told by the girls who are about the same ages as you all, and honestly whenever you guys reply to me I think I'm talking to them lol. Like them your all different, you like different things and have things in common as well.

      I think I read somewhere where you said that your father reads books before you do to see if it's alright, maybe He might like the book too, perhaps you can suggest it.

      So great chatting with you all.
      God Bless. :-)

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    4. Oh and I read where you guys are interested in politics, and things like that, it's not one of my most favorite past times lol, but I do like Ann Coulter although I would say she could be a little more gentle when she speaks, what do you guys think about her?

      I think Barack Obama is straight from the devil, even though he said he's a Christian. I think Ann Coulter said it best when she said, "Barack is an Atheist". I usually stay away from talking about politics because it's usually controversial and people get kind crazy about it. But the gospel is also controversial to many people but I won't stop spreading that, so a little politics talk is no big deal lol. :-)

      I'm not American but I have my opinions on American Politics simply because America is a very popular country and everybody on planet earth knows about America and the politics there. We're taught about America in school to some degree, I think that contributes to why so many are interested in America.

      I'm from the Bahamas though, our politics here isn't nearly as interesting as American Politics lol. I also have learnt about the government in other countries but America is the most interesting.

      Did I say how it's great that your home schooled, I wish I was. High School does a very good job at corrupting good morals taught in the home, my mother taught me one thing, and High School taught me everything else. That's why I said to myself if ever I have children I'm not sending them to regular school to get taught how to, swear, fornicate, listen to vulgar things, watch inappropriate things and have inappropriate conversations, I rather keep them home and teach them until their old enough to discern certain things for themselves.

      So cool talking to you guys, I never wrote to 3 people at one time before, this is the easiest multi-tasking ever lol.
      God Bless yall.

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    5. Hi!

      =D

      Yes! We have read most of those books! Our younger brother just LOVES the Hardy Boys! =D

      We love classic music and movies! =D No, we have never heard of him! We will look that up!

      Yes! All those eras are great! Oh we have are going to look up "The Young Victoria" =D
      We looked up the Poisonwood Bible on our online Library catalog and they have it!
      We will be at the Library next week and we are so getting that book. =D

      Yes, our father does if the book sounds questionable. We will ask him, he will probably say we can read it. =D


      WOW!!! It is not often that you here people say that about Obama!! Amen! =D
      Obama is an Atheist/Muslim!!

      Yes, our family is really political. =D Ann Coulter, we would say, is not as strong on conservative beliefs and we
      would like. We have her books and we listen to her sometimes. =D
      We would listen to: Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Shawn Hannity, and Mark Levin. =D

      That is so neat!

      Yes! Right on about the schools! The schools are so corrupt!!!

      Bahahahaha!! =D

      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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    6. Hey Girls, I'm just getting around to replying, I haven't been on here in days. You guys are awesome, I think you will like "The Young Victoria" period movies are some of my favorites. I'm glad you guys are going to check that book out, I hope you like it. A friend of mine told me to get Ann Coulter's books, I think I will. I like her, she really makes me laugh and there aren't really many people out there like her.

      And I think the reason a lot of people don't realize Obama is bad is because they're deceived, his charm and his popularity got them all bewitched. I can't vote or anything since I'm not an American, but my sister is. I know about all those guys you all mentioned except Mark Levin, Ann Coulter and Shawn Hannity are friends I think.

      It's great talking with you girls. I pray God bless you all, and you have a wonderful Christmas. :-)

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  3. Yes, this is fun writing back and forth!

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  4. I could see how you could draw that conclusion and I respect that! I for on have just not been convicted within myself that the music is not good for me... And I have seen some clips of say Britt Nicole's concerts and they do not look anything like Taylor Swifts and whatnot! :) I suppose even though the beat might sound similar in some songs or so I think since they are bringing worship to God and focusing on God I don't mind...

    My thoughts on witnessing to people through the music is that I don't think that they would listen to hymns or psalms to hear about God so if there is something that sounds similar to what they are used to listening to they are more likely to listen and be witnessed to through the lyrics!

    I'm not saying you are wrong or anything and I hope you don't take it like that I just am not sure of if it is wrong or not yet... I know many great christian girls and their families don't think this music is wrong, but I also know other's who like you don't listen to that music either....

    You have given me food for thought and I am enjoying this view of the "other" side of my choice of music!

    God Bless!
    ~Ireland~

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  5. Hi Ireland!

    Sorry this took so long! We are moving this week and we barely get a moment to blog! It may be a couple days before we respond, because the next several days/week or two will be busy!


    It is sad that people mix rock and God and say "It's fine to add the world and God together" God is worthy of praise.
    We think rock and Contemperary music down grades God and basically says "It's okay God is nothing more than the world!"
    We should not use the world to show God's love and mercy! God says in his word he does not want us mixing with the world in any way shape or form. Are we disobeying God?
    God says "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost."
    God will move upon them, if he wants to save them. If we tell people about God it is up to the Holy Spirit to save them. God says to preach and to teach.
    Are we teaching people that there is no difference between God and the World?



    "God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth."
    John 4:24
    God tells us to worship him HIS way! There is no other way to worship God but to worship the way He commands. Who are we to think that our method of saving is better than God's?

    "For after that in the wisdom of God the world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe." I Corinthians 1:21

    Before our Mom got saved and met the Lord, She was Highly offended at "Contemperary music". Mom just thought "Well, I have rock music what is the point of going to church? I can hear Rock at my house. "There is no difference between church and the world."
    The only way we can get people saved is contemperary music?

    One question :) Do you know where Rock, "Rock and Roll" came from?

    We are not saying that every single person that listens to Contemperary music is not going to heaven, but that we need to research and see if this is honoring to The Lord.

    This is fun being able to talk back and forth!

    Have a GREAT day!
    God Bless!
    ~The Keller Girls~

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    1. You shouldn't be sorry for taking awhile, it should be me!!!! I'm sooooo sorry I took so long! It's been crazy busy and then I've been sick all this week and stuff but here I am! :)

      I can see your point with the music issue and I can see your point but I am just not convinced that it is bad for me. I hope we are still "friends" though!

      I think it's interesting that your mom was offended by "Contemporary Music" before she was a Christian though I know some people have been brought to the Lord through hearing about him through the same music! :)

      No I'm actually not aware of where "Rock & Roll came from, would you tell me?

      Even though we have our differences I am glad you girls don't put your views across as "We are right, you are wrong, your not going to heaven if you listen to this, so on and so forth. People have done that and frankly it really is quite a turn off to me and some others I know. I just don't think God will turn us away for listing to "Contemporary Music" especially if the Bible doesn't exactly say DON'T listen to Christian Contemporary Music!!!!

      Thank you for being willing to go back and forth on our views on this and even though we don't agree I still really respect you girls and really like you! :)

      ~Ireland~

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    2. Hi Ireland!

      That is fine. :) Oh, we understand! Ugh!





      Yes, some people do get saved by Contemporary music but we think the mind set behind it is wrong.





      PLEASE look at this site and read it all the way through! THIS is what "Christian" Rock comes from! We know the lyrics are changed but the beat? Before people listen to "Contemporary music" they should read this first!





      http://www.john-lee-ministries.org/The-Secret-Roots-of-Rock--N--Roll.html



      Also this is an interesting paragraph.


      Music and its Roots in Voodoo

      By Seth Mullins

      If we were to trace back to the original roots of the Blues, Gospel, R&B, Jazz and Rock’n’Roll in America, it would be around 1619 when the first twenty Negroes were sold into slavery from a ship arrived in Virginia. Thus began one of the ugliest eras of our history – and a harrowing experience for the original African-Americans. To keep their oral traditions alive and lift their spirits in the face of this immense suffering, they turned to the music that had been an integral part of their everyday lives in Africa – and which was, itself, steeped in magical ritual and voodoo.

      In West Africa, the “professional” music-makers had been known as the Griol. They related the ancestral tales and served as the keepers of the tribes’ myths and history. Their function was much like that of the Medicine Men of the Native Americans. And like the Shamans of our own continent, their art was associated with magic and healing.

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      Voodoo? Does it get much worse?

      Yes, but the Bible doesn't always say "Don't or Do" specifically.





      We're glad we can strengthen our beliefs! :)



      Of course we are still friends! :)



      We also respect you! We don't expect every single person to agree eye to eye with us! Everyone looks at things differently.

      We are enjoying getting to know you!



      Hope you have a great day!

      God Bless you!

      ~The Keller Girls~

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  6. Hey! Just thought I'd let you know that I follow your lovely blog! I really like your about you page, it was nice reading about you. While I don't necessarily agree with your stand points, I'm not going to get all 'Phariscene' (that's my word for a 'female' Pharisee kind of person) about the differences in our beliefs. So I just popped by to say that I REALLY like your blog and look forward to reading your future posts.
    HANNAH!!!!!!!!!!! YOU LOVE COWS?!?!?!?!?!?!? (Can you tell I'm excited?) 'Coz I love them too! It's really rare that I come across someone else who loves cows, so when I do I get like, SUPER HYPER!

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  7. Hi Jemimah!
    Thank you for following our blog! We understand :) Yes! We(Hannah, Ruth and Sarah)have all worked with cows and LOVE them! We watched them get born, named them, trained them, and showed them (at different fairs)! We showed beefalo (a mix between a buffalo and a normal cow). Most people say "Beefalo are a dangerous animal" but they are actully gentle! What is your favorite breed of cow?(if you have one.)Do you have cows? We love meeting new friends on our blog! Although we don't post much we do check our blog everyday/everyother day :) We like writing back and forth! We hope we get to know you better!

    God Bless!
    ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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  8. I don't have a favourite breed of cows, I like them all! Do you have a favourite?
    No, we don't have cows, but believe me, I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to have at least one! (Maybe when I get married!)
    I too hope I get to know you all better!
    God bless!

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    1. Hi!
      :) Our favorite is beefalo! Have you ever heard of them? We know! We only had three beefalo, but our neighbor (A REALLY nice man!) wanted us to help him train them! We helped him for a few years and then he gave us one of his heifers! She had several babies, but when we moved (temporarily) we had to sell them all. We have always wanted milk cows. What is your favorite hobby?

      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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  9. Hello Girls!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment:)
    You asked what I church group I belong to; I am a nondenominational Christian.
    If you are interested in what exactly I believe...I would love to answer any questions!

    Nice to meet you!
    Zoe

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    1. Hi!
      Thank you! What does your church believe? What is your stand points on modesty? It is so nice to meet other girls who believe some what with us!
      We are enjoying getting to know you!

      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~
      Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller

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  10. Wow! I am really enjoying the conversation on this blog. I think I will follow! I am a christian as well, but I live on a ranch and it is really hard to just wear skirts.

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    1. Hi!
      Thanks for following our blog!
      Yes, we know how hard it is to wear skirts all the time. We have four brothers and we were constantly following them along. We had a garden, and cows, chickens, geese, turkeys, ducks, cats, dogs, rabbits etc. We showed cows at our county fair, and were CONSTANTLY climbing trees or down at the creek. We built a tree house, and rode bikes We even earned our Christmas money by picking up and selling black walnuts. We are not trying to turn you off or say "well we are better then you!"(please don't take it that way!) We wore skirts the whole time, we felt so strongly about it that we just made it happen. We would wear dresses or wavy full skirt every where we went. If we are climbing trees we wear shorts or leggings under our skirts (Sometimes it is hot though :) (We have moved since then and had to sell our animals, but we still climb trees, ride bikes, and go hiking!) That is our story about wearing skirts! :) Thanks again for following our blog! We hope we can get to know you more! :)
      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller~

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    2. Yeah, I understand, but it's hard to wear a skirt while riding a horse. *I have done it!* And I'm not very good at sewing, so I don't have very many, so I save most of my skirts for Sunday.

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    3. Hi!
      Yes, it is hard. :) It is sad that modest skirts our so hard to find! We can sew, but we are not very good at sewing skirts either. :) We set aside our really full skirts for riding horses.
      Have a great day and God bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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  11. Hey, girls!! =D Thanks for following some of my blogs. That was really sweet of you guys!! :D (as you can tell, I love using smiley faces). :) So you guys have watched Tangled?? (love that movie, by the way......) ;)

    So what kind of stories do you guys like? I was just wondering. :) I love all sorts of stories!! What type is your guys' favorite??

    I saw all your cats!! Really sweet!! =D I have a cat, too, and she's black with green eyes and is named Serena. She's a loner, though. ;) (i.e. sadly we don't have any other cats)

    So do you guys like to do any sports? If you could do any sports with the public school, what would you guys do? I like playing volleyball with my friends, but that's about it!! =D (do you guys play volleyball??)

    Bye!!!! =D

    ~Storyteller

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    1. Hi Storyteller!
      Oh yeah! We LOVE Tangled! "Something brought you here Flynn Rider call it what you want, Fate, Destiney...... A horse! :D Well, we like mystery, and books about people back then! (Whatever you call that :) ) (Fiction and non-fiction), but we read almost any type of book! :) We have another Cat we haven't posted a picture of yet (so we have to do that) Thanks! We LOVE cats! AWWW Your cat sounds SO pretty! (Our cat Kitty is a loner too!) We don't do any sport really, except baseball with our sibings! :) We have played volleyball once or twice, but we aren't really into it :) We like smiley faces too! :)

      What is your favorite animal?

      We are enjoying getting to know you!
      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    2. Hey, Keller Girls! Sorry I didn't get back to you. Kind of busy. :)
      haha LOVE that movie!! There are so many funny lines. I watch it over and over and still find things to laugh at (well, the same things). =D "A horse!" Oh, yeah, one of my favorite parts! =D "Max, I feel we really got off on the wrong foot, but I... Yeah, you're right, we should go." "I have a dream, I have a dream....!" I could go on for forever. :) I love all kinds of books!! I usually like it, though, if the main character is a girl (and of course I don't like romance between the main character ugh.....unless they're like old enough of course). =D Cool! Wow! You guys have lots of cats!! Thanks. I'll tell my cat you said that. haha =D All of your cats are so pretty, too!! I like playing catch with my mom. I'm not sure I'm so good at batting.... ;) I LOVE playing volleyball. I'm kind of tall, so that also helps... ;)

      Favorite animal? Probably a cat. That's what's weird about me. I find it so hard to pick favorites!! (except favorite person. Favorite person? God.) =D

      What are you favorite colors? What's your favorite thing about blogging? How did you even hear of blogging? Why'd you guys get a blog? I got a blog because I wanted to put my stories on it. :) Thanks for commenting on my blogs and for following!! =D

      ~Storyteller

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    3. Hi!


      Flynn- "What? I bought them!" Max- "Crunch, crunch, crunch." Flynn- "Most of them! "

      Bandits- Whats your dream. Flynn- No, I don't sing.*swords and axes pointing at him* Flynn "I've got dreams like you...

      Bandit- Go, live your dream! Flynn- I will thank you. Bandit- I was talking to the girl, your dream stinks!

      Flynn- Why is he smiling at me? LOL!!! :)

      Have you watched "The Princess Bride"?
      Do you like to bake?


      Hannah's favorite color is either Teal, or Blue. Ruth's favorite color is either Blue, or Red.
      Sarah's favorite color is Purple.
      What's your favorite color?

      Ummm... Hmmm.. Probably our favorite thing about blogging is meeting all the Christian girls! :)
      What is yours?

      Well, we met a girl who had a blog, and she was telling us about it, so we
      decieded to start one too!
      This is that girl's blog:

      http://maidenwithamission.blogspot.com/

      Why did you?

      We got a blog to share our hobbie ideas, (Haven't really done that though :) to
      meet other girls and to blog about our life. :)

      God Bless!
      T K G :)

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    4. Hey, guys!! =D

      hahahah OK, I'll try some. :)

      OK, so R is going to be for Rapunzel.

      R: What do you want with my hair? To sell it? Steal it?
      Flynn: No! All I want to do with your hair is to get out of it--literally!!

      Have you guys ever watched it with the thing they do for blind people? It's so funny because the guy explains everything to you (no, it's not funny that people are blind:(.). So at the part where R knocks Flynn out it says like "Rapunzel uses the handle of her frying pan to flip a lock off Flynn's face, revealing his handsome profile." haha it was so funny. :)

      Yes, I have watched the Princess Bride! What do you guys think of it?

      Sometimes I like to bake and other times I don't. :) What about you guys?

      My favorite colors are sunlight yellow and purple!! I love aqua marine, too, but it's not a favorite. :) (yet)

      Favorite thing about blogging...... I like hearing from other people and hearing what they think about what I write and post!! And I like hearing from other Christian girls, too. =D

      I got one so that I could put my stories on it. Then when my friend heard that I got one, my friend got one, too. =D http://haveyouhadotterdays.blogspot.com/ It's call Otter Days. :)

      What is your guys' favorite movie? What is your guys' favorite book (other than the Bible)? What is your favorite activity? What is your favorite hair and eye combination? What is your favorite quality in friends?

      Bye!!

      God Bless you guys!!

      ~Storyteller

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    5. Hi!

      Bahahaha! We love doing Tangled Quotes! :D
      No, we don't think we have seen that! Huh, sounds interesting! :D

      We LOVE Princess Bride! It is THEE most quoted movie in our family and extended family! (We have no idea why :D ) Except for the kissing before they are married ( we skip those parts) It is a great movie!
      It is such a funny movie!

      "Anybody want a peanut? Argg!" :D

      What do you think of The Princess Bride?

      Well, Ruth and Sarah like to bake, Hannah can, but she prefers to read :)


      Hannah's favorite movie is Lord of the Rings, Sound of Music, The Princess Bride, and Narnia although I change my mind alot and my favorite movie of today would not be my favorite tomorrow. =D

      Ruth's are: Facing the Giants, The Princess Bride, Tangled, Lord of the Rings and Gods and Generals. But I'm the same as Hannah, it changes everyday :D

      Sarah's is: Lord of The Rings, Facing the Giants, The Incredibles and The Sound of Music.
      What is your favorite, movie(s)?


      Hannah's favorite book is The Royal Diaries: Elizabeth. Once again this is today's selection and will be different tomorrow. LOL:)

      Ruth's is either the Elsie Dinsmore Series or The Royal Diaries:)

      Sarah's is: Eragon, the book.
      What is your favorite book?


      Hannah's favorite activity is knitting or reading.

      Ruth's is probably Crocheting, biking and swimming.

      Sarah's is: Baking or Biking.
      What is your favorite activity?


      Hannah's favorite hair and eye combination is black hair and green eyes.

      Ruth's is: Red (orangey) hair and green eyes.

      Sarah's is: Chocolate brown hair and blue eyes.
      What is your favorite eye and hair combination?


      Hannah's favorite quality in a friend is: always being ready to forgive or be forgiven or talking and yet knowing when to stop and listen.

      Ruth's is: Talking as if we were siblings, and forgiveness.

      Sarah's is: Forgiveness, and sweetness.
      What is your favorite quality in friends?

      God Bless!
      T G K

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    6. Hey, guys!!

      "Stop it now, I mean it!"

      "Anybody want a peanut?" ;)

      "Inconceivable!"

      "You keep on saying that. I do not think it means what you think it means."

      hahaha

      I like The Princess Bride a lot! I admit that there's a lot of things that aren't good. (ex. "...dream of large woman..." yeah and a few others that I won't quote here, but anyway.....) But it's really funny. All in all I like it. :)

      I think I agree with Hannah. =D Though over reading I'd probably pick writing...... and then reading. :)

      I have a lot of favorite movies!! If you want to see the official list, you can go to my blogger profile. =D Some of my favorites are Tangled, Courageous, and How to Train Your Dragon ("Thank you.... for summing that up."). :D haha I LOVE LORD OF THE RINGS!!!!! I can't wait until The Hobbit movies come out!!! Who's your favorite characters? Some of mine are Aragorn (all time fave!!), Gimili (hey, he's funny), Merry (yes, yes), Sam (he's so nice!), Eowyn (she's so awesome, especially when she cut off that thing's head!), Arwen (well, yeah....), Faramir (you kinda just have to feel bad for the guy), and Gandalf (he's just so awesome). I just feel plain bad for Frodo!! Oh, and I guess Legolas's pretty cool. Forgot him.

      I agree that The Royal Diary books are really interesting! When I was at my library I stocked up on Dear America books. Only one more to go! It's called Color Me Dark, and it's the diary of Nellie Lee Love, who's a lighter skinned African American who'd rather be darker like her sister Erma Jean. For books, blogger profile. ;)

      Isn't Eragon about that guy and the dragons.....?

      My favorite activity is.... writing stories!! (surprise, surprise) =D

      My favorite combination is probably brown hair and green eyes. Though I like dark brown hair, pale skin, and blue eyes, too. :) (like Arwen) Some brown eyes are reallyyyyyyyyy pretty, too, and gray eyes are gorgeous!! Hazel eyes are also awesome. So are all eye colors and hair colors. :)

      I like having loyalty, a funny quality, friendship (OK, so it does count haha), love, faith, forgiveness, hope, friendliness, and sometimes it's lots of fun to have a talkative friend. =D

      Bye! God bless!!

      ~Storyteller

      P.S. There's a fire by my place (well, two, actually). PLEASE PRAY. Thanks. :)

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    7. Hi!
      Yes, we had forgotten about that! We usally skip those parts though.


      We can't wait for the hobbit to come out either! We just wish it didn't have to come out in two parts!


      Hannah- Aragorn
      Ruth- Legolas (close second Eowyn)
      Sarah- Merry and Pipin

      Ruth has read almost all the Royal Diaries!

      Yes, that is Eragon! :)

      We are glad that the fire was contained!

      Have a great day and God Bless!
      ~T K G~

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    8. Hey, guys!! =D

      Yeah.

      I thought it was in three parts or something...? One of my siblings said that there was more than one, at least. =D

      Very cool. Very cool. :) So what are your favorite qualities in those characters? =D

      Wow, that's a lot of books!! Which is/are your favorite(s)?

      How many Eragon books have you read? Do you like them? I've never read them before, but I've heard of them and I think they're at my local library....

      Have you guys ever watched The Magnificent Seven?? Well, just to say, they have the most epic theme song (as you can guess, I'm listening to it right now). =D It's really cool. :)

      Just to say, your background is really awesome!!! It's one of my favorites!!! =D (I haven't used it because you guys use it and another girl that I follow uses it, too, so I'd kind of feel like copying!!)

      I'm glad that it is, too!!

      If you guys (just by yourself, not all together) were thrust into a magical world, what one person would you bring with you that's out of the family? (wow, that's hard question for even me!!!)

      Bye!!! God bless you guys!!! =D

      ~Storyteller

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    9. Hi!

      Hannah's favorite quality in Aragorn is: I don't know. :)
      Ruth's with Legolas is: He is always calm and he and Gimili make a great team! :)
      Sarah's with Merry and Pipin is: They are so funny =D


      Well, I think that the Revolutionary War Diary of Abigail Jane Stewart is one of my favorites. :) There are so many though!

      Sarah has only read one book from the Eragon series. Our brothers and Hannah have read all four of them! They are very interesting!

      No, we haven't watched it. We have heard of it though. The 1960's one?

      We don't care if you use the same background, at all!
      Go ahead! :)

      What do you mean? From our family or from outside our family? :)

      Have a great day and God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    10. Hey, Keller Girls!!!! =D

      Very cool. Very cool. :) I love Aragorn because..... HE'S JUST SO AWESOME!!! ARE YOU KIDDING?!?! =D hahahahaha :) Yeah, Legolas just seems to be like on his cool the whole time and Gimili IS HILARIOUS. Merry's like really awesome and though Pippin makes lots of big mistakes I admit it, he's still trying to be good!!! =D

      Yeah. I just wish she was older than eleven. :/ Oh, well. I just read when where they liked stopped the story right as something happened. I was like, "What??" It was called So Far From Home, the diary of Irish mill girl Mary Driscol (I think that was her last name.....). Apparently (I learned this from the epilogue) she died just a few years after the book from an illness.

      I think my sibling read some of the Eragon books, but my sibling thought that there was something bad in them.....?? So I've never read them. I started the first one, but back then I was like, "Oh, come on, another book about a boy?" (sometimes I'm still like that, but not as much). :)

      Yes, I didn't know there was any other Magnificent Seven movie... but anyway.... :) Have you guys watched The Great Escape??

      Thanks, guys!!! :)

      Yes, I mean like if you couldn't take each other who would you take? I, personally, wish I could take about three people..... ;)

      Bye!!! God bless you guys!!!! =D
      ~Storyteller

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    11. Hi!

      =D

      We don't think there was anything bad in it?
      Huh. Yes, his dragon is so funny though! =D

      We have heard there is a t.v. series for Magnificent Seven, but we don't know for sure. =D
      No, we haven't watched the great escape. Have you? =D

      If one of us were thrust into a magical world we would take:
      Hannah: My best friend Janna or my older brother Joel.
      Ruth: My best friend Janna or my older brother Joshua.
      Sarah: My best friend Rachel or my older brothers.
      =D We don't love our best friends or anything! =D ;)

      Have a great day and God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    12. Hey!!!

      I don't know, I didn't read it, but my sibling said there was something bad about the older brother and like the girl he liked.....? Anyway, so that's why I haven't read them. What's funny about his dragon? =D

      I didn't know there was a TV series. All I know is that there's just a movie... of course, at the end of the movie, there's only three left living, so there couldn't really be a TV series, huh? =D I don't know. That'd be kinda cool if there was..... if the series was good, of course. :)

      Yes, I have watched The Great Escape!! It's kind of sad, because only three people escape. The rest die or get taken back to the camp. I was just mentioning it because Steve McQueen is in both of them, so they kind of remind me of each other (Great Escape/Magnificent 7.....).

      hahahaha I'd probably take my three best friends. They're actually all out on the blogger world, but I won't reveal anything.... ;D (haha) I kind of meant no family members, but that's OK. :)

      Have you guys ever used PicMonkey?? It's this photo editing site where you can also make awesome headers!!!! Piano Bookworm's header was made from PicMonkey. (I seriously love that header.) Mine were, too. :)

      Have you guys ever watched Finding Nemo?

      What's your favorite type of blog? (story blog, random blog, photography blog, etc. etc.) I like story blogs and random blogs. =D (and other blogs, too, that I can't think of at the moment......)

      Epic quote of the day:

      Flynn: Are you hungry? Because I know a great place to eat! It's called the Fuzzy Duckling.

      R: Well, I do like ducklings. (smile)

      Flynn: yay!!

      (you really got to envision it for it to be funny) :)

      Bye!! God bless!!
      ~Storyteller

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    13. Hi!
      Sorry this took so long! We went to the beach for the weekend :)

      Our Dad reads the books we read first just to make sure they are good, and he told us to skip those pages.

      The dragon passes funny comments with Eragon. The dragon is just all together amazing! ;)

      Huh! =D

      The Great Escape sounds interesting too!

      =D

      No, we haven't heard of PicMonkey! It sounds cool! We were admiring Piano bookworm's header and wondering how it was done! You did a great job on it!

      Yes!!! We love NEMO!! We haven't watched it in a while! Do you like it?

      "(D) Are you my conscience? (Nemo's Dad) Yeah, yeah, yeah I'm your conscience, we haven't spoken for a while, how are you?(D) Can't complain." =D

      Our favorite type of blogs are random blogs. =D

      BAHAHAHAHA! YAY! Tangled is so funny!

      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    14. Hey, guys!!

      Oh, that's way okay. :) How was your time at the beach? Sounds like lots of fun!! What's your guys' favorite thing to do at the beach? Is it what your favorite thing was when you just went? ;)

      Oh, OK. My sibling just told me to skip it. :) (like the whole book)

      Wow!! That dragon DOES sound amazing!!!! =D Could you maybe give me an example...? ;)

      It is so interesting. It's about this prison camp in Germany during WWII (World War II) and like everybody in the camp are like expert escape people. So they plan this huge escape and so, yeah, that's where all of the escape and everything happens. :) (I think the "failed escape" would've probably made it more true, but the title's good as it is) :)

      Yeah. If you wanted to use PicMonkey, here's the link http://www.picmonkey.com/. You don't have to register for it or anything, and it's totally free. Let me rephrase that--most of it's free. Just don't click on anything that has a crown on it. Those you have to pay for. (my sibling told me that, thank goodness!!) Aww, thanks. :) I love designing!! It's just so much fun.

      I. LOVE. THAT. MOVIE. :) Marlin: "What did it say?!" Dory: "P. Sherman Wallaby Way Sydney." Gasps. "I just remembered something!" hahahahaha :)

      I love random blogs, too. :) And story blogs. And like everything-that-are-Christian-and-good blogs. =D

      I know!!! Like the whole thing is just like laughing. :D

      Gothel: R!! Let down your hair!!!!!

      R: I have a really big surprise!!!

      Gothel: I bet mine's bigger!!

      R: I seriously doubt it!!

      hahahahaha :)

      God bless you guys!!! Bye!!

      ~Storyteller

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    15. Hi!

      The beach was GREAT! It is the third time we have been to a beach, but we barely remember the other two times. Well, probably for all three of us was to wait for a HUGE wave and go under water and let the wave push us to shore! It was so neat! Have you ever been to the beach?

      Eragon quotes:

      Saphira waved her tail, the tip whistling loudly. "I'm not asking you to. However, if we attack first, we may gain the advantage."
      "Have you gone crazy? They'll..." Eragon's voice trailed off as he thought about it. "They won't be able to do a thing."
      "Exactly," said Saphira. "We can inflict lots of damage from a safe height."
      "Let's drop rocks on them!”

      “I think it would dismay them to know what it takes to feed you. Not to mention that you could empty their cellars of beer and wine in a single night.' Eragon said.
      I would never, Saphira sniffed. Maybe in two nights.” (This is from the next book =D)

      “Have I ever told you how glad I am we're not enemies? Eragon asked.
      No, but it's very sweet of you.
      Eragon to Saphira”

      The Great Escape sound SO interesting! We will have to watch it sometime!

      Thanks! PicMonkey is really cool! =D Thanks for the tip!

      We know! Nemo is so funny!

      (D) You shall be called squishy and you shall be mine! (D) Bad squishy Bad squishy! =D

      Have a great day and God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    16. Hey, guys!!! :)

      Sounds like lots of fun!! Last time I was at the the beach I was like way little and definitely stayed away from the water (*shark fears*). I think it would be lots of fun to go to the ocean again, though. :)

      So what's your favorite Eragon book? What's your favorite book in the Eragon series?? Isn't there like some elfin lady in the books or something....?

      It is really interesting!!!! But it's also really sad because of the guys that die. :( The Irish guy's death is especially sad. He went crazy and then tried to climb the fence but got shot. It's like one of the saddest points in the movie. :(

      So you guys tried PicMonkey out? ;) You're welcome!! I would feel awful if somebody accidently got billed when I could've prevented it!!! :)

      hahahahaha Love that quote!! =D

      What's probably your favorite Disney movie? What's your favorite recent movie? Have you guys watched the movie Bolt? (it's about a dog...... named Bolt.....) ;)

      Bye!! God bless you guys!!!! Hope you have a great day!!!! :)

      ~Storyteller

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    17. Hi!
      =D The Ocean is so fun!

      The first book, Eragon is our favorite! =D
      Yes, she is the Princess of Elves, but there are several other elves too.

      That sounds interesting! How sad! :(

      Yes! PicMonkey is neat! =D

      Hannah's favorite Disney movie is probably.... Mulan!
      Favorite movie Hannah has watched recently... Up.

      Ruth's FDM- Monsters INC. =D
      Ruth's FMWR- Pride & Prejudice (2005) (With Keira Knightly)

      Sarah's FDM- Beauty and the Beast
      Sarah's FMWR- The Incredibles
      What are your favorites?

      Yes, we have watched Bolt!!!!!

      Rhino is so FUNNY!!! =D

      "Rhino: Bolt! I can be a valuable addition to your team...
      Bolt: I'm listening...
      Rhino: I'm lightning quick; I have razor-sharp reflexes. And I'm a master of stealth. "

      =D
      Have a Great day amd God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    18. Hey, guys!!! :)

      As long as you can gulp down shark fears. =D

      Oh, OK. :) Thanks for telling me!! All I remember is some kind of elf lady.... and like wasn't she in prison or something....?

      I just love PicMonkey. :) I'm not sure exactly WHY this is, but my sibling was doing PicMonkey and apparently right now the crown ones are free...? If you guys want to try them, you can, but I'm not exactly sure about that information.... :{

      I. LOVE. MULAN. I'm hopefully getting it for my birthday, which is in a few days..... (yay!!) ;D And I love Up, too!!....and Beauty and the Beast....AND the Incredibles......and Monster INC...... and DEFINITELY Pride & Prejudice! That is like one of the funniest movies ever!!!!! =D

      I love Bolt soooo much!!! :D

      hahahahahaha

      So what are your favorite characters in your favorite movies?

      Two of my favorite Disney movies (just naming two as of now) are How to Train Your Dragon (another movie of memorable quotes--"Thanks for summing that up." That gets quoted A LOT in our house =D) and Mulan.

      OK, funny story about Mulan. I was washing dishes and being funny, and I was TRYING to do that nasally lady's voice at the beginning of Mulan when's she goes to the matchmaker and the matchmaker's like, "FA MULAN!" But I ended up saying something like this, "MA FULAN!!!...I mean, Fa Mulan." It was soooooo hilarious!!! =D

      Bye!!!! God bless!!
      ~Storyteller

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  12. One more quote--

    Flynn: You're being strangely cryptic as you wrap your magic hair around my hand.

    Sorry, just had to add that one. :)

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    1. R: I have hidden your satchel in a place where you'll never find it.

      Flynn: (looks around) It's in that pot, isn't it?

      *bang!*

      Flynn wakes up. Pascal's tongue is in his ear.

      Flynn: would you stop doing that!?!?

      R: NOW it's hidden where you'll never find it.

      hahahaha =D

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  13. Hi girlies, I just wanted to say thank you so much for praying for my little sister. That was so sweet. =) If I was standing in front of you all telling you this,...I'd give you each a big hug....But since I am not...well give each other a hug from me... =) My sister has been back home since Friday afternoon, and all that you can tell is wrong with her is she has a pretty bruised up face. But Praise the Lord, he answers prayers. THank you thank you thank you! =D

    BTW...I haven't had time to really stop by and read your blog...but I love all that I've read so far. Kitties are so cute... =]

    Much Love, Leah!!

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    1. Hi!
      Awww! Thanks so much! You are so sweet! :) Praise the Lord! We are so glad that she is feeling better!Your comment is just so sweet! Thank you!
      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~
      Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller

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  14. To: Storyteller
    Hi!
    It wouldn't let us reply, so we did it down here.

    =D

    Yes, she was in prison. :D

    We know! PicMonkey is cool!
    Hmm! We might have to look at
    PicMonkey again! =D

    Hannah- Mulan, and Russell =D
    Ruth- Mike, and Mrs. Bennet or Mr. Bennet!
    Sarah- The Candlestick, and Edna Mode

    BAHAHAHA!!! That is so funny! =D

    How many siblings do you have?
    If you can say??

    Have a GREAT rest of the day and God Bless!
    ~The Keller Girls~

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    1. Hey, guys!!

      haha probably said we had too many replies. :)

      Thanks for the sweet note on my blog!! :) That was so nice.

      An elf in prison..... is it possible?!?! haha =D So did like the elves have like special powers or something??

      OK, but if you do, just be careful about the crowns... I'm not sure when that expires or anything......... I haven't done anything with the crowns, anyway....... I see you got your header centered!! It's AWESOME!!!!! :)

      hahaha Edna Mode. :) That lady's seriously classic! "No capes!" =D

      How many do YOU guys think I have? :)

      Do you guys like to write stories?? I was thinking about doing a writing contest again, but when I do them, nobody enters. :( (except like maybe Piano.....) :) If you guys had a contest, I'd definitely enter!!!!! :)

      What would be the ideal present for each of you?

      Thanks!!!!! You too!!!!!!! :)
      ~Storyteller

      P.S. By the way, I'm writing a book and making like people on blogs part of the story. I had like lots of girls already, so I made one girl combined out of all of you guys. I named her Ruth. Is that OK?? I just saw that one of your names was Ruth and then another had the middle name Ruth (and besides it's really pretty :)) so I wasn't sure....... :)

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    2. Hi!
      =D

      It is weird how she got captured!
      The Movie is great, and funny!
      There isn't any profanity either.

      Yes, Kiri Liz told us how to fix it.

      Well, We are guessing between 3- 5?

      What is a writing contest?

      Ideal present
      Hannah- A life time supply of knitting supplies.. =D
      Ruth- Hmm... Something crafty or jewerly. :) ( Or of course a bunny!) (On the top of my list) ;D
      Sarah- A horse =D

      Sure! That's fine! That is neat about
      the story! We love the name Ruth too. =D

      Have a great day and God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    3. Hey, guys!!! =D

      So how did she get captured? ;D

      I know!!! Love it!!! :) True. I guess that's why I like watching "little kids" movies (well, not by MY standards, but other people might think so) because there's nothing "bad" in them.

      Great!!! I was so glad. It looks AWESOME!!!! =D I love it!!!!

      =D

      A writing contest is where you submit a story and other people do, too, and the host of it judges it and whoever wins gets a "prize" (other people would do stuff like giveaways, but security things and everything......) like something maybe you make and fix up on PicMonkey. I actually have a writing contest going on on Dragonmaster....... you guys should go check it out..... ;D

      Wow!!!! Great choices!!!! =D I'd probably do something like "get hooked up with publisher and get books published" or maybe "all of my favorite movies" or "unlimited supply of awesome dress-up clothes that look like the clothes in The Lord of the Rings or Narnia" or something like that. =D

      Great!!! I just saw that you both had the same name, so I just picked it. :) Currently I'm writing a time travelerish one. It's so interesting!! But definitely sad. The main character's sister just died. :/ And they're about to move to New Zealand. =D So far it's called The Key Secrets. You'll see why if I post it... ;)

      So what have you guys been doing lately?

      What is your favorite type of blog design? What would be your ideal blog design? (Just wondering, because I love designing and it might give me an inspiration of some kind....) ;D

      Bye!!! God bless!!! :)

      ~Storyteller =)

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    4. Hi!

      The Elf, Arya, stole one of the last dragon eggs from the evil king, to try to give it to someone else. Okay, the egg will only hatch if it is in the hands of its rider (The person that will ride the dragon). Dragons will wait thousands of years until the the right person gets it. Arya, tried to escape but was stopped by a Shade. Arya used all her power to transport the egg to some random location, draining her of her power, for a time. The King and the Shade captured her and tortures her to tell them where she sent the egg (she doesn't tell). The egg just happens to get transported right in front of Eragon who is hunting alone. Eragon takes it and tries to sell it to the butcher for meat, the butcher thinks he stole it, so refuses. Eragon takes the egg home and hides it and that night the egg hatched..

      It is interesting! By the way this is the movie version. The book is about the same, but more details. =D

      We have been doing school! We do school all year around.
      What have you been doing lately? =D

      We don't know! =D We haven't been on here very long. Do you have any idea for a better blog button?
      You have very good taste when it comes to blog designs and such! =D

      Have a great day and God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    5. Hey, guys!!!

      Sorry I haven't gotten back to you. Once excuse: Life. :P (Not the game, like the real thing haha) =D I've been doing like choir and all of this other stuff. I've barely had time to post!! So now I'm going around and just commenting on everybody that I like's blogs. (That sounded kind of funny..... :P)

      Wow!!!! That sounds pretty cool!!!!! =D Wait--there's a MOVIE?! Cool!!!!!! :) I'll have to look it up on wiki sometime. =D

      Cool!!! I know lots of people who do school all year round. So do you guys maybe take a few weeks off during the year, or just hardcore? ;D

      I could make you a blog button if you wanted!!! :) Just tell me, and then I'll put it on my "My Designing" page on Storyteller of Weston County. Then you can just drag it off, like you do with awards. Aww, thanks!!!! :) That means a lot.

      What have YOU guys been doing lately?? :)

      Bye!!!

      ~Storyteller

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    6. Hi!
      Yes, that is a great *Excuse* =D That is great!

      Yes, there is a movie!!

      We do school all year around. It gives us time to take a day off here or there, for going to town, or visiting friends e.t.c. =D Plus we have moved in the last year. We get holidays and weekend off of course. =D

      Oh, thank you! Just make us something with cats and yarn or sewing! If you want you can make a couple and we can pick? Whatever works for you.
      That would be such a blessing! =D

      We have been working on political campaigns. =D
      Thanks again!
      Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller

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    7. Hey, guys!!

      Sorry I haven't replied in like forever. :P I've been really busy!!

      Wow. I seriously didn't know there was a movie. =D

      OK, cool. Yeah, I know some people that do that, too. I know person who did all school together and then finished high school when they were sixteen! :)

      Oh, OK. :) I'll probably make like two or something. That would be really fun!!

      What kind of campaigns have you been working on? ;D How's it going? Hope it's going great!!!!

      Bye!!!
      ~Storyteller

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    8. Hi!

      That is okay! =D

      Thank you for the button! =D

      Well, we have been helping people in all levels get elected (mostly we have been hanging out fliers) JP, State Rep, Congress e.t.c. =D Oh, and we are fighting another tax (State wide) :( The campaigns we have been working on have been going very good! Praise the Lord!

      Bye!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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    9. Hey, guys!! :)

      Sorry I haven't gotten back to you for awhile. "Life" has took a hold of me lol. =D I haven't really been able to go to other people's blogs for awhile.

      Oh, yeah, no problem!! It was lots of fun!!! :) If you want anything else made, just tell me. :)

      So it's for real elections? That's really cool! I know a girl who's going to be doing that, too. Personally, I don't think I'm really into politics and all that stuff. :P I would rather sit down and read and/or write a book!!! =D

      I have a question--who do you guys think should be become president?

      (if you had to choose between Obama and Romney?)

      (I would pick Jesus, but anyway..... ;D)

      Have a great day!!! :)
      ~Storyteller

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    10. Hi!

      That is fine!
      Sure!

      Yes. Well, if we don't get into politics our freedoms will slowly disappear.


      We don't like either one, but we would way rather have Romney then a dictator/Muslim as our president. Obama: "I don't want my children punished with a baby". (PUNISHED!!!!!) Children are a blessing not a curse!! That is just a small part of our political view. =D

      Who do you support for president?

      Have a great day!!!!
      ~Hannah Ruth
      ~Ruth Anne
      ~Sarah Christiana

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    11. Hey, girls!! :)

      I agree that you have to take a stand. Of course I would vote. And I would definitely pick Romney over Obama. But you know what's sad? Romney also says that he "supports" abortion. It was all over yahoo a few weeks ago. Isn't that sad?? I would pick Romney over Obama, but I'd wayyyyyy rather just have Jesus return. =D

      I would totally agree that children are blessings. I think abortion is horrible, and I think it should be stopped. Why do you have to kill your kids? If you're not going to keep them, at least put them up for adoption and give them a chance to live. There's hundreds of people who can't have kids and would love to have the thing that you're just wanted to throw out like trash.

      As you can probably tell, I feel very strongly about this.

      Have you guys heard of the movie Come What May? It's a really good movie. Not only do they deal with girl/boy stuff, but the main thing is about abortion. It's a story of this boy who takes this kind of debate class at Patrick Henry College. It's really good. If you guys haven't watched it, you should!! :) It's really angering what the other people's arguments are about abortion. They say that the kids were never alive. But then why did they have to kill them? You can't kill something that's not alive!!

      So how have you guys been doing? =D (I'm done with my ranting, as you can probably tell...... ;D)(though I think it's good to talk about that kind of stuff. I think it's so sad whenever I go on a blog and it says like "this many babies have died since you've been on here" and I just want to scream "YOU'RE MURDERING PEOPLE STOP IT!!" urggh)

      Anyway, guess what? I have two new series on Dragonmaster!! :) I'd really love it if you guys would check them out. They're The Time Travelers and Fairy Eyes. (Just a note on fairy eyes--she does NOT like Devin, whatever people may think, and when you finish the story you'll realize why) :)

      Bye!! God bless!! :)

      ~Storyteller

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    12. Hi!

      We heard that Romney is against abortion except in some cases (We do not agree with that). Obama is all out for abortion though.

      Good, thank you!

      No, we haven't! We will have to look that up!
      There should be no excuse for abortion!
      ADOPTION NOT ABORTION!!!!!!
      We also feel strongly about abortion! =D

      We have been doing great! What about you?
      We know! We are about to post something about abortion.

      OKKKAYY! We will check them out! Great!

      Thanks for making the button!
      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    13. Hey, guys!!

      Oh, yeah, I totally agree. I pick Romney over Obama, I just personally don't like either. :P

      The movie Come What May is really good. It deals really well with abortion. I think you guys will like it. :) If you watch it, you'll have to tell me what you think of it!!!

      I definitely agree about the adoption not abortion! Just think of the thousands of woman who can't have children. They WANT children, but then people who can have them just kill them. It's so sad. :( :(

      I saw! Love it!! :)

      Great!!

      God bless!
      (you're welcome :))
      ~Storyteller

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    14. Hi!

      Okay!

      We know! It is just terrible!

      Pray that Romney wins!

      ~The Keller Girls~

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    15. lol you guys have your own chat room going on on here!!! =D

      It's so sad that Obama won again. :( We were monitoring it the whole time and were like "NNOOOOOOO!" It was horrible. :/ Let's hope something good comes out of it!!

      What's happening your way? Any snow? ;D

      Loved the chocolate thingy!! Worked so well!!! =D

      Bye!!
      God bless you guys!! :)
      ~Storyteller

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    16. Hi!

      Lol!

      We know! How could he have won again???

      No snow, just cold and rain! How much snow have y'all got? It is weird that it is the middle of November and some days we are walking around in short sleeves. (At least here).

      Have a great day and God Bless!|
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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    17. Hey, girls!

      Sorry I haven't replied in a veryyyyyyy longgggggg timeeeeeeeeee. I've been really busy and all of this other stuff. Anyway...

      We have been getting lots of snow lately, though more just in the sky. We have some snow on the ground, but it's not even an inch thick.

      What have you guys been doing?

      What do you guys do for the Christmas season?

      Bye! God bless!
      ~Storyteller

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    18. Hi!
      That is fine! =D

      Oh! Snow!! =D

      School. =D

      Well, we kinda do it different every year. We don't do anything really besides decorate before Christmas. We basically just open gifts on Christmas day and relax the whole day. =D kinda boring =D

      What do you do?

      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    19. Thanks for understanding. :)

      I know! I LOVE snow. <3

      Yeah, school keeps everybody busy. =P

      I agree. We never really do anything, no big traditions or anything.

      That shooting with the kids.... uck, it makes me sick.

      God bless!
      ~Storyteller

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  15. Hey, Keller Girls!

    I hope you don't mind me jumping in with some comments! I've followed your blog for a couple of months now, but never checked your about page until now. I've really enjoyed reading all of the comments on this page! (hopefully, that's okay; I should hate to come across as a stalker ;)

    I say "bravo" to your music standards. My family has taken a very similar stance on music, even though maintaining those standards can sometimes be difficult. We all love music, and we sing as a family, so that love has taken us into the actual study of music, how it's done and why it's done. It's scary where some of the contemporary styles came from!

    I noticed that you said you wear headcoverings in church. Would you mind me asking for your Scriptural basis for doing that? I've known people who did that, too, but I never got a chance to ask them, and I was curious about it.

    Yay! Another LOTR fan! My siblings and I are all big Lord of the Rings fans. Narnia is pretty epic, too! And yes, I also love Elise Dinsmore. Have you read Martha Finley's other series about Mildred Keith?

    You probably know me from Allergic to Chocolate, but I also blog over at Lianne Taimenlore, my main blog. If you'd like to stop by, I'd love to have you visit!

    God bless!
    Kiri Liz

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    1. Hi, Kiri Liz!!

      No, not at all! Feel free to read the comments anytime!=D WOW! It is nice to meet girls with similiar stances! Our family sings as a family too!Several years ago our parents researched music with us! It was very interesting.

      Here are our reasons for wearing head covering!
      It is long, but VERY intersting! Feel free to ask any questions about it!

      http://www.monergism.com/Spinney,%20Robert%20-%20Should%20Christian%20Women%20Wear%20Head%20Coverings%20Today.pdf

      We have one book in the Mildred Keith series. We really want to get more!

      Thanks! We just read part of the LOTR and Narnia VS Harry Potter, It is REALLY good! We don't have time now, but we will finish reading it soon! Thanks for posting that.

      We hope we can get to know you more!

      Thanks! Have a GREAT day and God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller~

      p.s. Let us know what you think of the article!

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    2. Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah...

      Thanks for the link! I read the article, and enjoyed it! I shared it with my dad and he enjoyed reading it, too! It's definitely something to chew on!

      And while I'm on the topic of giving thanks, thanks for stopping over at Lianne Taimenlore and reading my post about magic. It's always encouraging to get positive feedback! :)

      I haven't read any of the Mildred books yet (I really want to!), but I've read all of the Elsie ones and I've also read the newer adaptions that Kersten Hamiltion did. They're called A Life of Faith series, and include stories about Elsie's daughter, Violet. Although they're shorter, I really like them.

      Ooh! Sound of Music is one of my family's favorite movies! I love families that sing together! Have you ever seen The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band? It's a movie based on a true story about a family who sang and played together that moved to Dakota. My sister Jessa Bri and I just read the book that the youngest daughter wrote of their adventures, and we really enjoyed it!

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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  16. Hi!

    Thank you!

    We found y'all on facebook! Our Mom and Dad have a facebook page, so they liked y'all's page!

    We have been wanting to read the Mildred books too!
    Oh, that is neat we will have to read those books sometime!
    The Elsie Dinsmore books were passed to us when our Grandmother (on our Dad's side) died. Grandma really enjoyed reading those books. It reminds us of our Grandma every time we read that series! =D

    The Sound of Music = Classic! :D

    No, we haven't watched that movie! Sound interesting!
    Oooh! What is the name of the book? =D

    Where does your family stand on modesty?
    It would be SO nice to meet y'all!!! It's terrible that we live so far away! :(


    Have a GREAT day and God Bless!
    Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller

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    1. Hello, again! :)

      Thanks for the like on Facebook! I saw that a Keller had liked our page, and my first thought was, "Keller? Like the Keller girls on blogger?!" It was rather exciting. :)

      The name of the book is "The Family Band: From the Missouri to the Black Hills 1881-1900" by Laura Van Nuys. I think it's part of some kind of pioneer heritage series. It was very interesting.

      God set the standard for dress in Genesis when He made tunics for Adam and Eve, tunics that covered them from neck to below the knee, so that's what my family has adopted as our standard for dress. Clothes are meant to cover, not define, and holiness should be your motivation for dress. Hope that answers your question! :D

      I wish we could meet!! It's always so much fun to meet other people on blogger, but meeting them in real life... ah! Epic!

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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  17. Hello!

    =D how funny!

    Thanks for the book title!

    Thank you. Yes, that is true. Would you think jeans would be modest? Some people do some don't. We are just wondering.

    We know! It would be so nice to meet! :D

    Have a GREAT day and God Bless!
    ~The Keller Girls~

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  18. Hey, Keller Girls!

    Sorry it took me so long to respond, but I've been away for the last week! My sisters and I went across the state to visit our CBCs and then followed that up with a trip down south to visit cousins in college. It was a long trip, but it was so much fun!

    It really depends on the type of jeans and the motivation for wearing them. I wear jeans sometimes when I'm working outside or doing some other activity where jeans would be the appropriate dress as they are a heavier material that does not rip easily. However, as with every pair of pants we wear, they must, MUST be loose. Jeans that bring attention to my figure (with either extreme tightness or ill-placed decorations) are unacceptable, because I should be bringing glory to God with my clothes.

    So, as long as we're getting into "deeper topics" may I ask where your family stands on the holiday of Christmas?

    I've really enjoyed getting to know you better through these comments! It's a lot of fun to find other like-minded girls! :)

    God bless!
    Kiri Liz

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    1. Hi!

      That is great! We hope you had a fun time!

      Our family can see why other people may not celebrate Christmas.
      We celebrate Jesus birth on Christmas, but we also have Christmas gifts and such. What do you think of the Christmas holiday?
      This is fun! =D

      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    2. Hey, Keller Girls!

      Again, I apologize for the delay in my responses. My family just got hit really hard with some kind of cold or virus, so we've all been under the weather for the last few days. Thankfully, I think we're finally all on the mend. :)

      I love Christmas! I only asked because I was curious. Christmas is probably one of my favorite times of the year. I love Christmas music, I love Christmas treats, I love Christmas lights, I love... well, you get the idea. I'm not a big fan of Santa, though, saving in special Christmas movies such as How the Grinch Stole Christmas (cartoon version).

      I could go on about Christmas for a while, but I'll stop before I begin a novel in your comment box. :)

      I love trying to come up with out of the ordinary questions that most people don't often think of, so....

      What movie is one that not many people know of, but you enjoy a lot? Some of my favorites are the really old black and white Nancy Drew movies with Bonita Granville. They're epic! :)

      How do you pronounce the word "often?" Off-ten? Or Off-fen?

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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    3. Hi!
      Ugh! Glad y'all are on the mend!

      We do too! Christmas is fun! Are family doesn't (I guess you can say "believe"?) in Santa either. LOL. YES!!! Christmas music and "How the Grinch stole Christmas" (Cartoon!) =D Bahahaha! You have a great sense of humor! =D

      We like thinking up unusual questions too! lol.

      We have never watched Nancy Drew! Huh. We should watch them sometimes.

      Ummmm.. The Flinestones, or maybe The Great Locomotive Chase. =D

      Oh! That is a good question! Probably... Both!? We have never thought of that! Funny!
      How do you pronounce it? =D

      Do you know any language? (That is not very unusual ;D)

      This is fun!
      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller ~

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    4. Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah ~

      Thanks! :D

      I would definitely recommend the Bonita Granville Nancy Drew movies! I usually got bored reading the Nancy Drew books because Nancy was always so perfect. Bonita as Nancy was anything but perfect; constantly making mistakes. It's quite hilarious!

      Ooh, I've seen the Great Locomotive Chase! I can't say that it's a favorite movie. It was the second movie I've seen with Fess Parker in it (Davy Crockett being the first), and it was interesting to note that he died in both movies.

      I've always pronounced it as "off-fen." My sister Jessa Bri studied it recently in her grammar class and discovered that the correct way to say it is "off-fen." So now in jest, she thinks anyone who says "off-ten" is uneducated. ;)

      And yes, that means my family is big on grammar and speaking English correctly. Words are so much fun! :)

      Language.... well, maybe. I obviously speak English, and I've taken two years each of French and Spanish, but I don't know how much I got out of all four years combined. (sheepish grin) I know some words and phrases, but I could not hold a conversation with someone fluent in the language.

      Hmm... what's your favorite kind of jewelry to wear? Flashy? Simple? Just necklaces? Necklaces and bracelets?

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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    5. Hi!
      We are SO sorry that this took so long! We have been so busy!

      We will look that up! =D

      =D

      Bahahaha! That is so funny about Jessa Bri!

      Our Mom is also into teaching us proper grammer.

      We know pig latin! (That is big right?) *Sheepish smile*. We sorta know sign language.

      Ummm. Do watches count? =D We like just simple necklaces and braclets. Oh, and simple rings.

      =D
      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    6. Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah ~

      Don't worry about long lapses between responses. I fear I must ask your pardon for neglecting to answer in a timely manner. But what is life for, if not to keep you insanely busy? ;)

      Oh! I forgot about pig latin! Yes, of course, it's a language!! I don't always speak it fluently, but that is great fun! Except when you try to use it as a code language to an older sister about a younger sibling... they always find out what you're trying to say. Hmm...

      I don't know much sign language other than the alphabet and a few words. My cousins, Em and Tora, are learning sign language, and they know a whole lot more than I do! Just the other day, Tora signed the first verse of "Silent Night" to me, and I was pleased that I followed almost all of her signs! I've found that most of the time, it's not too hard to decipher, but I still love to drive my cousins nuts by totally messing up the translations. :)

      Yes! I wear a watch all the time! I think I would go insane if I didn't know what time it was! I prefer the simple necklaces, too. I would wear more bracelets, but I'm a pianist and I can't stand when the bracelet clinks against the piano. Anywho...

      I saw that in your last comment to Storyteller, you said that you support Romney for president. Behind you all the way! I don't agree with him in everything, but he's a lot more righteous than the other choice. At least he has morals.

      And on that subject, have you heard of/seen the film 2016? It's a very insightful documentary on the life and dreams of Barack Obama. Wow.

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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    7. Hi!

      That is fine!

      Hahahaha! How neat! We wish we could meet y'all!!! It would be SO neat! Your family sounds alot like us! =D

      YES! Is there a world with out watches? =D
      The same for Ruth (The pianist)!
      Have you got piano lessons or by ear..?

      YES! I wish we could have got another Ronald Reagan, but we can't have Obama again!
      =D

      No, we have heard of it! It sounds really good. We are planning to watch it.

      Question, Do you like to have ice in your drinks? Juice, pop or water e.t.c.? Hannah is sorta and Sarah and Ruth really can only enjoy drinks with ice in it! (Even in the middle of winter) =D
      If we have tea or coffee it has to be pretty hot though!

      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    8. Hey, Keller Girls!

      I'm really enjoying our comments here and getting to know you a little bit this way! Yes, yes, it would be so much fun to meet!! :)

      I don't currently have piano lessons, but I used to. My grandmother began teaching all of us grandchildren to play when we were younger, and then when we moved away for 5 years out of state, I took lessons with two of our church's pianists. We're now back, but our grandmother has been having eye problems, so she hasn't been able to teach us. I've probably been playing the piano since I was 6 or 7, but I haven't had any real lessons in 2 years. At the moment, I'm in the teach-myself-and-try-to-progress-on-my-own stage, and yes, I do play music by ear a lot. I love trying to figure out songs and chords on the piano.

      2016 (or it might be called Obama's America... now I forget... maybe it's both names) is very good! There was some music that got on my nerves at times, but the message was very clear. It really tells you a lot about our current president. I am praying that he will be voted out of office, but it is a comfort to know that the Lord is in charge of what happens.

      Ice in my drinks? Not a huge fan, really. I'll put ice in my water sometimes, but I don't care for ice in my soda or juice because as it melts, the beverage gets diluted and it tastes watery. But that's just me. Actually, most of my family enjoys ice in their drinks. :)

      Hmm... let's see if I can think up another question. What's your favorite type of footwear? Sneakers, heels, sandals, flip flops? Or do you prefer to go barefoot?

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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    9. Hi!
      =D

      Oh, that is so neat about piano!

      We will have to watch that movie some time!

      LOL!

      We all prefer bare feet, but if we are out....
      Hannah- sandals.
      Ruth- flats.
      Sarah- sandals and flats.

      What about you?

      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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    10. Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah ~

      Sorry it's taking me a long time to respond. I'm doing NaNoWriMo this month and endeavoring to write my 50,000 words before November 30th, so a lot of my time has been spent working on my story.

      I'm with you. Over everything, I prefer bare feet. When I do wear shoes, I enjoy mostly sandals. Flip flops are fun, but I'm not a huge fan of the way they slap the bottom of your foot as you walk. I like having my shoes securely attached to my feet and ankle. I'm always afraid that I might lose a shoe, otherwise. ;)

      Actually, I read of a study recently about feet, and I think the healthiest thing for your feet is to go barefoot, based on the way God designed our feet. If you do wear shoes, though, they say that flip flops are the best way to go. Weird, huh? I think I read that in one of the Answers In Genesis magazines. Have you heard of them? I enjoy reading through the magazines sometimes. There's a lot of neat stuff in there!

      What's your favorite kind of soup?

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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    11. Hi!

      Oh, WOW! That is ALOT! That is fine!

      LOL!

      Yes, our younger brothers go to Answers In Genesis Kids, and get Printable Bible coloring pages and Bible games etc. =D
      We like craft magazines and No Greater Joy and Above Rubies!

      Homemade Chicken Soup and Swamp Cabbage!
      What is your favorite soup?
      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller~

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    12. Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah ~

      Yeah, 50K words in a month is a lot, but somehow people manage to do it, so I'm trying to manage it as well. It's actually not as hard as it sounds. And it's fun, as long as you really enjoy the story you're writing. :)

      No Greater Joy... I recognize that name. My mom once read aloud to us one of the books by the daughter of her missionary journey and we really enjoyed it! I can't recall her name, sadly, and I don't remember where it was that she went... I'll have to look it up sometime.

      I have way too many favorite soups. My family loves soup! Hamburger vegetable soup is one of the best, as well as potato soup, and cheeseburger soup, and chicken noodle soup, all homemade, of course. I really can't stand the canned soups.

      What's Swamp Cabbage? I don't think I've heard of that one! :)

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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    13. Hi!

      No Greater Joy is a great encouraging magazine!

      We never get canned soup. Ugh! (plus most canned soup has MSG in it).


      Lol! Mom makes really good stews!

      Mom makes theeeee best Swamp cabbage!
      It has tomatoes (canned tomatoes are the best) cabbage, and sausage in it (among other things)! Delicious! Our brothers think it is best with cornbread. =D

      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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      I know. I used to enjoy some canned soups, but now that I'm allergic to soy, I've been reading the ingredients to everything I eat, and I've learned that I can't eat canned soup anymore. I don't understand why foods now have to contain artificial everything to make it taste or look better. Homemade is way better, in my opinion! :)

      Love stews!! I'm more of what my mom calls a "guts" girl - I prefer my soups with tons of stuff in it (veggies, meat, noodles, etc.) than really broth-y.

      Sounds good! I'm not usually a fan of cabbage, but the addition of the sausage sounds delicious!

      What's your opinion of snow?

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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    15. Hi!

      Oh, wow! Neat!

      =D

      Snow! We LOVE snow! We hardly ever get snow in Arkansas! We get ice storms. =D

      What about you?

      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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    16. Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah ~

      I LOVE SNOW, TOO!!! :D

      It's hard to say whether we get a lot of snow in Michigan. There have been years where it'll snow from October to April, but last winter, we only had two snowstorms, and absolutely no snow for Christmas! You just can't tell with Michigan!

      And yes, I love white Christmases... who doesn't? :)

      God bless!
      Kiri Liz

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  19. Hi there, Keller Girls! :)

    I, like Zoe, go to a non-denominational church, so I can see how different our beliefs are. But the thing that I think we're probably farthest on is listening to contemporary music. You see, there's this band I adore called 'Owl City.' And while the lead singer, Adam, is a Christian, his music is not. But there's no crude language or anything like that, so, yeah. He did a rendition of the hymn 'In Christ Alone' that you might want to see. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ipl-rLRxOrs)

    So, even though our beliefs are so different, it was very interesting to read about you! :)

    Piper♥

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    1. Hello Piper!

      (Beautiful name by the way! =D )

      Thank you for reading our blog! Okay. What is the best part of the band "Owl City"? We would disagree with you, but feel free to come to our blog anytime! Thanks so much for stopping by our blog!

      We would love to get to know you and hear your view of Contemporary music!

      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller~

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    2. Hi! :)

      Thank you so much!

      Um, I think it's really because he's a Christian and there's no language and I just think his voice is really great. I went to their concert last month and I'm not going to lie, it was pretty loud. There were drums and guitars and such. But I think the music is really beautiful and it makes me really happy. :) I do listen to the radio and the new hits and all of that.

      I have a question for you guys: Why is it wrong to add drums and make the music loud? How does that make it dishonoring to God? I completely respect your opinion, I'm just curious. :)

      Piper♥

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    3. Hi!

      Okay.

      Here is a website to go to:

      http://www.av1611.org/question/cqnuet.html
      What we believe.

      Please go here and read this all the way through. This is a very valid point.

      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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    4. Cool! I really do respect your opinions, I disagree though. I think that Christian Contemporary is really uplifting, at least for me. I feel really close to God when I listen to that kind of music. Same thing with Owl City. I feel like this is what God wants me listening to, so I do. But thanks for answering my questions! :)

      Piper♥

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    5. Okay!
      Thank you for sharing!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller~

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  20. Cool!! I enjoyed reading about you. Our family believes some different things though. We are Baptist Christian and I wear shorts and pants, though no shorts that show a lot:):) I love hearing how different people think different things. It's good to know. Our family listens to what you call Contemperary music, I listed to some songs by Taylor Swift, though most of her songs are inapropriate. I really like your blog:):)

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    1. Hi!

      Thank you for commenting! We also love hearing how different people think! It is great getting to know you!
      Your cat is so CUTE!

      Thanks again.
      Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller

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    2. AWW thanks!! I'll tell Ninja you said that, though I don't think he needs another compliment, it's getting to his head:):):) just kidding!!

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    3. Bahahaha! Cats are so funny! How old is Ninja?

      Lol!
      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah Keller~

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  21. Hey girls!
    I really love your ''about your bloger'' page(:
    You all look like me, I mean the hobbies and beliefs(espeacilly Ruth!)
    I Love cooking, sewing, Kniting, Crocheting, Taking care of kids ETC...
    Ps: I like your blog header(;

    Blessings,
    Keila

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    1. Hi Keila!

      Thank you! That is neat! Thank you for sharing!
      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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  22. Just wanted to tell you that I just started following your blog, and it is awesome! We have many of the same standards etc. Please check out my blog sometime! My family are missionaries and we also believe only in the KJV bible like you:) God Bless!

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    1. Hi Brittney!

      Your blog is great! That is neat that your family is a missionary family!! Thank you for sharing! We look forward to getting to know you!

      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth and Sarah~

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    2. Hey, Girls!
      About a year ago the Lord really convicted me about the way I was dressing and I felt like he was leading me to switch to just skirts! I grew up in a more liberal Southern Baptist home, so my parents were surprised, but very supportive. :) However, I've also been praying about reading just the KJV bible, or all translations. Why do you guys read just the KJV? I would really love to hear about your convictions! Please share!
      Thank you,
      ~Hannah

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    3. Hello!
      Thank you for following our blog! Thank you for sharing!

      Well, here is a website about the KJV Bible: http://av1611.com/kjbp/

      Please read it!
      This is our conviction.

      It is so nice getting to know you!
      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    4. Thank you for the link, it was very helpful. I have it bookmarked now. :) Would you mind answering a question of mine? My dad said that all the translations (including the KJV) are translated from the same original text. He took a class about it in seminary when he was studying for his graduate degree. Since they are all translated from the same original text, why should we just read the KJV?
      It's nice getting to know you, too! Thanks for your time.
      ~Hannah

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    5. Hello!
      Sorry this took so long! We had an unexpected vacation! =D
      Sure! Here are three links:

      http://michaeldebipearl.blogspot.com/2010/02/king-james-bible-gods-word.html

      http://www.av1611.org/kjv/ESV_Foundation.html

      http://www.hissheep.org/kjv/a_comparison_of_the_kjv_niv.html

      We hope this answers your questions!

      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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  23. Okay! Thank you for sharing! :)
    ~Hannah

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  24. Hi!
    My name is Chloe...and I found your blog and enjoy it very much!!
    I have a question...what are some of your fav. movies?? We like Christian
    movies with little violence in them.

    Thanks,
    Chloe

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    1. Hello Chloe!

      Thank you for commenting!

      We have several different kinds of movies we like: Narnia, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, I Love Lucy, Little House on the Prairie, Tangled, Facing the Giants,
      The Sound of Music, Etc.

      We do enjoy Christian based movies, but, we don't like movies of people in the Bible for several
      reasons. They take the story and mix and add, and most stories have Jesus in it
      and our family believes against pictures of Jesus and of people acting Jesus.
      We aren't saying that "whoever has a picture of Jesus is going to Hell" we are just saying that is our family's personal stand point.

      We hope to get to know you better!
      Blessings,
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah~

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  25. Thanks for the response!! Some of my favorite movies are Sound of Music, Anne of Green Gables, October Baby, Fireproof, Little House on the Prairie etc.
    I don't like movies taken from the Bible either!! As you said they mix and add, and personally I don't think God meant for it to be done.

    To know me better I'll introduce myself I'm the oldest of three. I live in Europe at this time with my family and we homeschool! I love learning languages and right now it's required that I learn High German, Swiss German, and French. Since I already know how to speak Italian I'm not required to learn it. But where we live requires you to learn many languages. My fav. subject is math in school!! And we are born again Christians!!
    Hope to get to know you better too,

    Blessings,
    Chloe

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  26. Hello!

    That is so neat!! That is great that y'all homeschool! We have all wanted to learn languages, but never have. Our Dad was a
    missionary to the Jews in Canada for several years and he knows a little Hebrew! We always ask him to speak some Hebrew for us! =D
    Do y'all have any animals? Lol =D
    Do you play any instruments?

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  27. Oh really....that's neat!!! I only know how to say good night in Hebrew! It's a nice language though!
    No, we don't have animals! I love kittens but since we might move soon we are not getting one. My brother takes care of our neighbors rabbits though! But they aren't ours :)
    I really enjoy playing the piano, but right now I'm not playing at all because we don't have a teacher. I would also like to learn how to play the harp, though i don't know if that's ever going to happen :) But I can hope :) Do you play any instruments?
    I also wear skirts or dresses below my knee all the time. Except occasionally when riding horses I put on pants. But it's very uncomfortable for me to wear pants! Do you girls wear any makeup??

    Chloe

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    1. Hello Chloe!

      Neat!
      Ruth plays piano and guitar by ear, and our brother, Joel also plays guitar by ear.

      That is so encouraging to hear that you wear skirts all the time!

      Our Mom wears makeup, but we personally think that makeup paints us as a different person. Our Dad also prefers us not to wear makeup.


      Do you wear makeup?
      It is a blessings corresponding with you!

      God Bless,
      ~The Keller Girls~

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  28. Hey, y'all! I wear skirts all the time as well, and I am in belief that the KJV is God's pure and preserved Word. I'll be back - y'all's blog looks cool! :)

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  29. Hello!
    Oh wow, that's a gift...being able to play by ear!!!!!
    Sometimes I wear eyeliner and I paint my fingernails occasionally, but it's not bright colors, i usually paint them clear or with a little tint of pink. For myself I keep this in mind, if I feel uncomfortable going out of the house because I don't have makeup on, then somethings wrong!! Because God made me, and He thinks I'm beautiful...and that's really all that matters.
    But every once in a while I wear eyeliner, not near everyday though :)
    Do you wear jewelry or nail polish?
    Oh, do you know of Abeka school? That's what we do.
    I'm very happy to correspond with you too! Especially since here the amount of people that wear skirts and are Christians are very limited, It's soo nice to talk to someone that has some of the same views on things as I do.

    Blessings,
    Chloe

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    1. Hello!

      That is very good thinking!

      Yes, we wear jewelry: Necklace, bracelet, a ring, and a watch. =D Do you?

      No, we don't wear nail polish. Our Dad would prefer us not to. We would not think
      of that as sinful if you wear nail polish (or make up because it is really a personal matter), but we are not going to be rebellious. We would rather submit to Dad. Which we are happy to do! =D

      Yes!! We use Abeka too!! Mom has used it the whole time.

      This is fun! =D

      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    2. Well I received a purity ring for Christmas....so I wear that all the time I really like it, it has Jeremiah 29:11 written in tiny letters on it. I wear a watch and have worn a necklace but I don't enjoy wearing them.... :)

      Yes, I think it is right that you submit to your dad!!!!!!
      Oh really!!! Do you do Abeka video school??? What grade are each of you in?
      Have a wonderful day!!!! =)

      Blessings,
      Chloe

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    3. Hello Chloe!

      How nice!

      No, we do Abeka text books.

      Hannah does Saxon math on the video (10th grade). Mom didn't think that she could teach
      Hannah Algebra. Hannah uses Abeka in all other subjects.

      Ruth- Is in 8th grade.
      and
      Sarah is almost in 6th.

      What grade are you in?

      God Bless!
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    4. Hello Girls,

      Yes, I also did Abeka text books and Christian Light textbooks for a loong time. But Mom also thought she couldn't teach me algebra, so that's one of the reasons we turned toward the video school :) I am in 9th grade...I like it very much but it's challenging! What are you're favorite subjects?? I love math!!! And Bible, Lit., and Health are a few on the top 5 list :) Though I don't think I could ever be a nurse even though I like Health :)
      Do you each have something you'de like to become when you are older?

      God Bless,
      Chloe

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    5. Hello Chloe!

      =D

      Hannah's favorite subject- History

      Ruth's- History

      Sarah's- Math

      We all want to be a stay at home, homeschooling Moms. =D

      What do you want to be when you grow up?


      God Bless!
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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    6. Hi!
      I've always wanted to be a missionary, especially since my Mom worked in India when she was younger...I always wanted to go to India...but now, I don't really care. I just want to be ready when God calls me somewhere. I love languages, people, babies, children. I would love to have an orphanage someday and teach the kids myself. But I'm not exactly sure what I want to be. God will show me though, I'm sure :) Have you ever been out of the country??

      ~Chloe

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    7. I'm sorry I didn't ask this in the last post, I forgot!! I want to ask you...
      what are some of you're fav. blogs???

      Thanks,
      Chloe

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    8. Hi Chloe!

      We have always wanted to be missionaries!

      Hannah and Ruth have.
      Our Dad was born and raised in Canada and Hannah and Ruth were also born there! =D
      Our Dad's (only) sister is mildly, mentally retarded so Dad, our older brothers and us go
      visit her! =D

      Some of our favorite blogs:

      Leah Nicolette @ The Sweetest Charm
      http://thesweetestcharm.blogspot.com/

      Grace @ His Daughter
      http://gracefullyfeminine.blogspot.com/
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      GREAT blogs:

      Katherine @ A Life Worth Living
      http://alifeworthliving-katherine.blogspot.com/

      Sincerity @ http://sincerity-sincerity.blogspot.com/

      Kay @ Love, Joy, Peace
      http://lovejoypeace3.blogspot.com/

      Brittney Ann @ Daughter of the King
      http://britt-daughteroftheking.blogspot.com/

      Anna @ The Daughter of the King
      http://apyatskowit.blogspot.com/

      Kiri Liz @ Lianne Taimenlore
      http://liannetaimenlore.blogspot.com/

      Storyteller @ Storyteller of Weston County
      http://storytellerofwestoncounty.blogspot.com/

      There are SO many great blogs out there, too many to count, but here are a few. =D

      Blessings,
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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  30. Hello! My name is Danielle.
    I love your blog! I enjoyed reading about each of you! :) I'm glad to know there are more christian bloggers! = )

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      That is a blessing. =D
      ~The Keller Girls~

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  31. I was just wondering what your thoughts were on women having careers?
    My family actually used to be members of a Fundamental Baptist church up until a few years ago, so a lot of the things you believe are what I was taught my whole life. I really dislike conflict, so I always kept my opinions to myself, even though I disagreed with a lot of it. I don't really want to go into details, but some sad things happened in that church.

    Thanks!
    Piper♥

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    1. Hello Piper!

      We would not agree with women having careers.


      A woman's place is at home.

      Of course in difficult situation the women may have to work, but we think that God designed us to be stay-at home mothers.


      "That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children,

      To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed."

      Titus 2:4-5 "Keepers at home."



      "I will therefore that the younger women marry, bear children, guide the house, give none occasion to the adversary to speak reproachfully" I Timothy 5:4


      (From a website)

      "Abraham and Sarah had no children yet, her place was still “in the tent” a homemaker"

      That is so sad about your church.

      Have a great day and God bless!

      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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  32. It is refreshing to find other young women who are want to be Christians, and set themselves apart from the world. I commend the three of you for that. Keep it up!

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    1. Awww! Thank you so much!
      This is very encouraging!
      Thank you for stopping by!

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  33. Layla speaking. This page is so awesome. I usually use the KJV though I often use the NKJV. I almost always wear skirts even when I'm climbing trees, helping with chickens, biking, etc... the only time I wear pants is when I'm riding horses. Then it is literally a requirement. I'm glad to see you are LOTR fans. You might think I'm crazy but my favorite character is gollum. Yeah, I know. I'm not that strict about music and such, i listen to j.j.heller and audrey assad but I understand your reasoning:). Can't wait to hear back from you girls.:)
    Layla.

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    1. Hello Layla!

      (Very pretty name btw) =D

      That is nice that you are close to us in beliefs!

      Lots of girls say that when riding horses you must have skirts, but do you?

      You can easily be modest in a tiered skirt. When we go horseback riding we wear a tiered

      skirt. Both modest and comfortable.

      It is not something to lose fellowship over of course!

      It is great that you wear skirts all the time, though!

      Hahaha!

      When we first watched Lord of The Rings with our little sister, she saw Gullom and thought he looked

      like one of our brothers (because our brother likes to climb and is skinny) Haha!

      Thank you for stopping by!

      Blessings,

      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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    2. Thanks for responding so quickly! Thank-you for telling me about the tiered skirts. I was hoping to make one soon:. It is just a looooootttttt more comfortable to wear pants when riding and you don't get as sore (though you still get really sore:)).
      About music... i believe that it is okay to listen to some other music than hymns(though i listen to those too) because i think God can and will speak to you through anything, no matter how absurd. For example, two years ago when we were working in our garden i was complaining that i didn't get to do any of the big and hard stuff( i was not even 8) and for the rest of the day it was sorta like there was a grey cloud hanging over my head. Then i was later listening to music and a song came on that was talking about how it's the little things that make a difference and matter. I also later read a chapter in my book about it. Not to mention the bible. And i believe that really helped me and i was able to really put my trust in God. That is what i be believe. What do you girls think?
      There are seven kids in my family including me and my parents and we are all homeschooled. I am considered very advanced. Here is an example. I am 10 years old. The math book i am doing is Saxon math 8/7 soon to move on to Algebra 1 because i know all this math. When I wassix i read three unabridged books by Charles Dickens. So, yeah, college books. When i was seven i read the LOTR trilogy. Are you girls advanced? Please include examples.
      Well, i have to go now. Talk to ya later.
      Your sister in Christ,
      Layla.

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    3. Hello Layla!

      We would believe that there is nothing God-honoring in contemporary music.
      They sing the song with a worldly beat and a worldly jazzy voice, when the Bible specifically
      says :

      "And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove
      what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God."
      Romans 12:2 KJV

      When you here beat music what do you think of?
      Who cares what the lyrics are when they sing like the world?

      What is wrong with "It is Well with My Soul" or " O The Deep, Deep Love of Jesus." or
      "Take My Life." Those are all beautiful God-honoring hymns played with piano.
      They are very moving beautiful songs.

      Lots of people cling to contemporary music, but why? Is it uplifting to God or does
      it feed flesh?
      We are not saying that we are so much better than you (of course not!!), but you should
      research this!

      We are not especially advanced we are all ahead for our ages, and we all love to read! =D

      We have heard that Saxon is easy.
      We do Abeka curriculum, and people say it is the hardest to do! =D
      We of course know everything in our school books. It is basically review.

      Have a blessed day!
      In Christ,
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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    4. Thanks for responding so quickly yet again. You did better than me on this one:). Let me ask you, how is piano any better than drums. Is piano in any way God-honoring? Also, even through what you said, my point is still relevant. God can use ANYTHING to speak to someone. Even throughout the bible God uses bizarre things and events to speak to people and their is no denying that. Why would it be different nowadays? I am not by any means trying to say I am better than you, merely trying to prove my point and see what you say. There is even beat to many songs played on piano.
      Layla.

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    5. Hello Layla!

      The beat of the music is Satanic! That is where Rock music comes from! (Satanic dances
      done by the Africans)

      The beat is ungodly.

      Why should we be teaching kids that have just gotten saved that the church is no different
      from the world!

      God does not use ungodly bizarre cases.
      God condemns being like the world.


      Yes, there are people that play the piano beaty. That is also wrong.
      We need to humbly play, and give God all the glory.

      We have heard this recently that when you debate CCM with people that are for CCM, they always
      say: "Well, I believe...", or "Well, I think....". Is there any scripture to back what you are saying?
      Where does it say that God tells us to dance, scream, and sing like the world when
      we worship him?

      It doesn't matter what you say or what we say, the Bible is the final authority.


      We are not trying to be mean (PLEASE don't take it that way).



      We are enjoying sharing beliefs!

      Have a great day!

      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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    1. Hello Betsy

      Thank you for stopping by!

      Our standard is really a personal belief.

      We would believe that a girl is more modest with skirt length at the ankles. Our Dad and Mom have always wanted us to have our skirts that long.
      We have nothing against girls that haeve their skirts that length either.

      It is something that is worth praying about, and it would be great to see your personal view on skirt lengths!

      In Christ,
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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    3. Hello Betsy!

      We are so sorry this took so long! We had a few unexpected things show up.

      We can see where you are coming from!

      We do not think there is anything wrong with girls wearing shorter skirts. Our brothers were recently talking with us about the length of skirts. They said they so not see shorter skirts (as long as they cover your knees when walking and sitting) as a stumbling block.
      We have all been raised being taught to wear long skirts, and we would not condemn any girl that doesn't see our same point.

      It says in James 4:17:

      "Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin."

      We were recently talking with a friend about conviction. She made an very good point by saying that, some people get confused between conviction and thinking it is conviction. It may just be a confusion between the two. This is just a a problem that really needs to be prayed about.

      You do not sound like you are ungrateful (don't worry).
      This is a very complicated subject.

      As long as the skirt covers the knee when you are sitting and walking it would be (to us) modest.

      We would take the personal stance that having your skirt down to the ground is maybe too much, but again, that is our personal stance.

      It is a good thing to be wondering. We would just have to recommend that you pray about it.

      We don't know those boys you were talking to, but maybe they have been told that it is distracting because that is what their parents or sisters have told them; even when they don't think so?(and again, we don't know those boys)
      Does that answer your questions?

      We are more than happy to give our time! =D

      We will be praying for you!

      In Christ,
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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    1. Hey Betsy!

      Okay. We will try to explain it as well as we can. =D

      Skirts that are below the knee, (we would say) are modest.

      Our personal stance in wearing long skirts-
      According to:

      "The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the Lord thy God." Deuteronomy 22:5

      We would say wearing longer skirts are more feminine and modest, but that is nothing wrong with shorter skirts. Wearing longer skirts make us (personally) feel like we are young ladies.

      Dad knew a girl in his youth group that used to wear long skirts, but started questioning the length. She started wearing shorter skirts and then she started wearing collates . Now that she is grown she wears pants. Dad does not want us to go down the same road, and we are glad that Dad and Mom have instilled in us a love for being feminine. It is really a personal belief and there are many different things that make it a personal belief.

      It is kinda confusing, and hard to explain.

      If we know that a certain guy would take that as a stumbling block, then we would wear longer skirts when we are around him. We would not see why anyone would find this as a stumbling block?

      These guys sound like they just want everyone to see their way?
      (We don't want to be mean, because we don't know them.)
      There is nothing unbiblical about wearing shorter skirts (as long as they are not immodest short skirts, and you are not wearing them to draw attention).

      This is a very confusing subject, and it is hard to understand.

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  36. About the guys - agh. Forget the guys. =D I don't think I've explained them very well!
    This is the most organized response I've gotten from anyone on the topic of lengths of skirts. It was a very good answer and everything is making a lot more sense now! I think I'm finally satisfied.
    Thank you, girls, so much for all your time!

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      If you have more questions feel free to comment.

      In Christ,
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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  37. Hi,
    I just love your blog! It is really good to read real Christian Girl's blogs. I was wondering what kind of church do you go to? And also what are your thoughts on the Rapture and the Tribulation?

    Thanks,
    Sierra

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  38. I also had one more question?
    Is it o.k. in your family to read any other Bibles?
    Sierra

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    1. Hello Sierra!

      Thank you for stopping by!

      We go to a sovereign Grace Independent Baptist Church. We don't agree with everything the church believes, but it is the best we could find in our area.

      We believe that there is going to be a Tribulation and that we, as Christians, will go through it. It would take us forever to tell you everything on our belief so we will give you this.

      Google :


      Is the Pretribulation Rapture Biblical?


      And look for a link (should be right on top) by Reformed Online.com

      What are your thoughts on the Rapture and the Tribulation?

      Our family would not read any other Bible, but the KJV.
      We believe that the King James Bible is the best translation.

      Thank you for stopping by, and we look forward to your answer!

      In Christ,
      ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah Keller~

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    2. I know that this wasn't my conversation, but it was just too tempting to get involved. =D

      I didn't read the article, but I just had a few points for you to see if it would make you think.
      In Titus 2:13 it talks about the "glorious appearing". I wouldn't be looking forward to Christ coming back if I knew that I had to first go through the tribulation. Instead I'd be wishing I'd die first! This, obviously, was written from before the tribulation (since we haven't reached the tribulation yet) so you can't say it's saying that we look forward to the glorious appearing of Christ after the tribulation.
      And Romans 5:9 talks about being saved from the wrath of God and you see the tribulation mentioned as the "day of His wrath". (Revelation 6:17) In fact, all through Revelation you see that word "wrath".
      Did this make sense? (Since I know this I may be leaving things out that I expect you know, except since you're on the other side of the issue there may be verses you don't notice since they don't back up what you believe.)

      And - what is the name of your pastor?

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    3. Hello Betsy,

      We don't mind that you jumped in. =D

      Really, if you have time, you should read the article. =D

      Okay, God never says that Christians are going to live a life without hard times!

      "And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience;" Romans 5:3

      We should look forward to Christ's coming even more since we know he will come after the tribulation. He is coming to rescue his people.

      Christians will be persecuted. How will people get saved during the tribulation when there are no Christians to witness?

      We do wish that you are right, but we don't think (by studying the Bible) that there is going to be a pre-wrath rapture.

      When the Bible refers to "the wrath of God" they mean Hell.

      Did you know that no people believed in the Rapture of Church before the 1800s?

      There isn't a verse that really backs up your point.
      The verses that pre-rapture people get our normally out of context.

      Why do you want the name of our Pastor?

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    4. I did write my reply off the top of my head, so I'm afraid it wasn't very well planned out. I admit I jumped into this without thinking it all through, so this has taught me that I do need to get all my scripture down better on what I believe. Some of this you have a good point on.

      People will still get saved because they do still have the Bible. With all the technology there is plenty of preaching online. There's plenty of opportunity for those actually searching for the truth. And Moses and Elijah will come be witnesses and preach during the tribulation.

      What is the proof of that? (About "Did you know that no people believed in the Rapture of Church before the 1800s?") Take the Protestant Reformation for example. Martin Luther supposedly made this great discovery about salvation not being by works (if I remember that part right...) but the Baptists already knew that. I think that all along the truth has been known by somebody.


      I was curious of your pastor's name so that I could see what church you go to, and see more of what you believe on other things. (Or at least, what your church believes.) And as a preacher's daughter, I hear about a lot of other preachers, and was curious if I'd heard of him before.

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    5. Hi again,
      I also go to an Independent Baptist church. In fact my dad is the pastor.

      I tried to find the link but I couldn't.

      Well as you said it would take quite a long time to tell you everything. Well I believe that we as Christians will be taken up in the Rapture. And those that are not Christians will go through the tribulation. If I kept going it would probably go on quite a lot longer.

      I was also wondering what your ages are. If you can't tell me your exact ages can you tell me around what ages you are?

      I look forward to hearing more from you!
      In Christ,
      Sierra

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    7. I completely understand busy! =D

      Quite true - the internet could very well be something they'd no longer have. But there are a ton of Bibles - you can buy them at Walmart! And any old church building you walk into that isn't used anymore since the Christians will be gone, (=D) would still have tracts in the back, some churches have Bibles in the rows... What I'm saying is, people searching for the truth can find it. And in Revelation 7:2-9,13-17 and 11:3-6 it talks of mass evangelism.

      But of course it doesn't say "by the foolishness of preaching on a recording" because that would have made no sense back then!

      To be honest, I don't know what references I can give you about Moses and Elijah. But look at Revelation 11:13.I know some people believe it's Moses and Elijah, Elijah and Enoch (I think that has been taught by some?), and some just say it's two people - we don't know who yet. But we're going through the book of Revelation on Wednesday night at my church, so when we get to chapter 11 and it's explained, I could let you know. =D

      And I also don't know much about the Westminister Confession of Faith, except that it's for the Church of England or something - Presbyterian anyways, and not Baptist.

      Thanks for the name!

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    8. Hello Betsy!
      Happy 4th!

      Where in the Bible (give us verses) does it say there will be a pre-rapture? Give us verses are not out of context. Where in the Bible does it say there is a pre-rapture?

      Here is some of our proof-

      Matthew 24

      The disciples ask God when shall the end come?
      This is what God answers:


      14 And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.

      15 When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:)

      16 Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains:

      17 Let him which is on the housetop not come down to take any thing out of his house:

      18 Neither let him which is in the field return back to take his clothes.

      19 And woe unto them that are with child, and to them that give suck in those days!

      20 But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the sabbath day:

      21 For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.

      22 And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened.

      (God says that for the elect's sake those days shall be saved! We will be in the word during the tribulation!)

      23 Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not.

      24 For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

      25 Behold, I have told you before.

      26 Wherefore if they shall say unto you, Behold, he is in the desert; go not forth: behold, he is in the secret chambers; believe it not.

      27 For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

      28 For wheresoever the carcase is, there will the eagles be gathered together.

      29 Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken:

      30 And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.

      31 And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.

      32 Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh:

      33 So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors.

      34 Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled.

      35 Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.

      36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.

      37 But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

      38 For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark,

      39 And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

      40 Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

      41 Two women shall be grinding at the mill; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

      42 Watch therefore: for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come.

      43 But know this, that if the goodman of the house had known in what watch the thief would come, he would have watched, and would not have suffered his house to be broken up.

      44 Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh.

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    9. 45 Who then is a faithful and wise servant, whom his lord hath made ruler over his household, to give them meat in due season?

      46 Blessed is that servant, whom his lord when he cometh shall find so doing.

      47 Verily I say unto you, That he shall make him ruler over all his goods.

      48 But and if that evil servant shall say in his heart, My lord delayeth his coming;

      49 And shall begin to smite his fellowservants, and to eat and drink with the drunken;

      50 The lord of that servant shall come in a day when he looketh not for him, and in an hour that he is not aware of,

      51 And shall cut him asunder, and appoint him his portion with the hypocrites: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.



      The West Minster Confession and the Baptist Confession are almost exactly alike! The only difference is their view in Baptism. If you read the Baptist Confession, there is nothing in there about the pre-rapture!

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    10. I'm sorry this has taken me forever to get back to you on! We were out of town and then we've been busy and I have a pile of people to email/comment/write letters to!

      Some of that (in Mathew 24) is said to the Jews that are not saved that are left behind.

      1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, 5:9-11 are verses talking about the rapture. "Wherefore comfort one another with these words," would not have been written if Christians were to go through the tribulation. (Also in those verses, notice "us" and "we" versus "they" and "them".)

      That passage, I'd say, is probably the best to show the pre-rapture.

      Also, Matthew 24:44. If it's in an hour that we think not, it can't be in the middle or after the tribulation, because then we'd see it coming.

      As for the Baptist Confession - it's something else I know hardly anything about. That's one reason we're Independent Baptist. =D And the "Baptist Confession" ought to be the King James Bible, not any man written document.

      Baptists did believe in the pre-rapture before the 1800s - Paul wrote of it in 1 Thessalonians!

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    11. In Thessalonians God doesn't say .....and then I will come again and get everyone else!



      He says in Thessalonians 4: 16-17:



      "For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first:"



      "Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.




      God doesn't say: BUT I will leave the unsaved, and get them at another time.



      Christians DO have to go through tribulation, because we are God's people!



       



      Matthew 24:44



      What God means is that we don't know he is coming on April -- ---- at 9:00 p.m.



      We know that after the tribulation he will come. We don't know what day or hour.



      Everyone should read the Baptist Confession! The Baptist Confession is BASED on



      the King James Bible! These were Godly men of Christ that wrote the Confession.



      1 Thessalonians does not say anything about a pre-rapture! Where is the Scripture proof?

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    12. Hello Sierra!
      Your comment somehow got stuck in our spam folder. (weird)
      As you can see from our posts with Betsy, there is no scripture proof for the pre-rapture.
      We wouldn't say that you aren't saved because you belive in the pre-rapture.
      You still belive the same way to get to heaven, we just disagree on what is going to happen in the future.
      Hannah is 16.
      Ruth is 14.
      and
      Sarah is 11.
      In Christ,
      ~The Keller Girls~

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    13. Well, I see we believe differently on this, and I don't really have anything left to tell you. But I do want you to explain what is is we're supposed to comfort each other about if we're all going to be here in the tribulation!

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    14. We are supposed to comfort each other by knowing that God has not abandoned us, and he is coming for us! We have to suffer through the tribulation so we can live in glory with God!

      "And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus." Philippians 4:7

      "For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." II Timothy 1:7

      God will promise us peace. He will give us peace through our suffering.

      "I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread." Psalm 37:25

      "Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee." Hebrews 13:5

      God will never forsake us, he will see us through!

      How much more comfort do we need?

      We would love it if we didn't have to go through the tribulation, but we need to see what the Bible says, not what we want to believe.
      There is no Biblical proof for it.

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    15. Our brother made a very good point today. He was talking with Mom, and he pointed out: (let us just say there is a pre-rapture) What about all the people that get saved during the tribulation? Why will God rapture out some Christians, but when sinners get saved {during the tribulation} he won't rapture them out? The pre-rapture belief is too inconsistent.

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    16. Hello Betsy!

      We are so sorry this has taken us so long! We have a summer job, we are doing school, and we are getting goats next week. =D
      Okay.

      Who says that we will still have computers/Internet?
      The government could take away Internet. (We know it sounds impossible, but you never know these days!)

      God says:

      "For after that in the wisdom of God the world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe." I Corinthians 1:21 KJV


      "by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe."
      He didn't say "by the foolishness of preaching on a recording."!

      Where in the Bible does it say Moses and Elijah will come and preach?

      What about the Westminster Confession of Faith in the 1600s?
      The greatest, most godly men in the world came to write the Westminster Confession of Faith. Why didn't they mention the pre-tribulation rapture? Why didn't God show these men about the rapture?

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  39. Hello girls from England. I have just stumbled upon your blog, and wanted to say a few things. I see you don't have a contact me button, so I will say these things here, feel free not to publish them. I say these things in love. It is lovely to see young girls passionate about the things of God. However, it does concern me that when I look at what your writing, you seem to be teaching on quite big subjects, head coverings, sabbath, eternal security, the rapture, etc etc. You are very young girls and with all due respect you shouldn't be teaching on these things. I haven't seen your testomonies anywhere on the blog so I can't say for sure how long you have been Christians for, but guessing from your ages you must be young in the Lord and you are also female. It would be nice to hear your testomonies. As you are so strong on other issues, I would imagaine that you would accept that is isn't right for a woman to teach. (other than to other women about how to love God, their husbands and children and how to keep their home.) It also concerns me that you are putting so much emphasis on outward things and ordinances that the Bible doesn't. The Bible does not say that wearing trousers is a sin, but it does say that women should dress modestly. The Bible does not say that contemporary music is a sin and that drums are of the devil. Where does it say that?! It is my personal preference to wear skirts, sing hymns and use the KJV but you cannot say that is sin to do do otherwise when the Bible does not say that. Another thing is that you are teaching that a womens place is in the home only. What about those that God has called to be single? I hope you take these things in love and consider what I have said. Love Kirsty. Matthew 6:33

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    1. Hello Miss Kirsty,

      Okay.

      This is our "about your bloggers" page!! We are saying what WE believe. When we go to a blog we like to look at the "about me" page, just to get to know the person before we follow.

      We are not teaching! We are explaining what we believe and why.
      If you don't like what we are saying then don't follow us.

      We never said that wearing pants is a sin. We are saying that it is more modest for a women to wear skirts/dresses. A women is not necessarily going to Hell if she wears pants.

      Contemporary music is not written in the Bible anywhere. A HISTORY fact says that drums are Satanic. God tells us to be in this world and not of it. God tells us to not act like the world.

      God doesn't always specifically say "don't do this" or "don't do that"

      We are not teaching that a women's place is in the home,
      God has taught us that! We are just conveying the message.
      A married women's place is at home. Abraham and Sarah had no children (yet) when this happened, yet when Abraham called for her, he knew exactly where she was. He didn't have to say "servant, go fetch Sarah from the workplace."
      Hannah and Ruth have a summer job. There is nothing wrong with a single women working. If God has called a women to be single, he will put her where he needs her whether that be at work or volunteering etc.

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  40. Looking forward to hearing them x

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  41. I'm just wondering why you think the Bible is ONLY KJV?

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    1. The KJV is the best translation.

      There are so many stories of verse changings in other translations! Here in the Weymouth New Testament instead of "Virgin" they used the word "maiden". That changes the WHOLE Bible story so that it doesn't show the amazing MIRACLE that God did! "Mark! The maiden will be with child and will give birth to a son, and they will call His name Immanuel" Matthew 1:23

      You can google the different errors in the translations.
      There are too many errors to put down here. =D

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    2. Ok, fair enough that you think it's the most accurate translation, but to say the Bible is only KJV is wrong, I believe. KJV is only a translation from the ORIGINAL Bible, so it's virtually impossible for it not to have flaws in the translation.

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    3. The *most* accurate translation is the KJV. Why read a version of the Bible that is less accurate? If you read that post we put up on Sunday about the KJV, you will see that the people that were making a "better" translation of the Bible, didn't really care how accurate it was! Erasing important parts of the Bible verses by changing the words is wrong! Yes, there are probably flaws in KJV, but just because there might be, doesn't mean we should read a more flawed version!

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  42. Hey! I have been following this blog for a while and like some of the girls said hadn't noticed this conversation on this page! I love reading all the comments on here! One thing I admire about you is that you said you do not condemn girls who wear shorter skirts or pants. We used to wear skirts all the time, sometimes we wore...I don't remember what they were called but they were like huge baggy shorts. We have recently been wearing some pants, my parents searched the scriptures and feel convicted from some standards. But that's besides the point :) What I have been shooting for is I have met a couple people who are just not friends with people who wear pants. I think that's wrong. I also don't think you are less of a Christian for wearing them. My Dad, who is a pastor and a missionary, has recently started studying the bible more, and have realized some mistakes in his beliefs. He realizes that he has based the family's beliefs on men's traditions, and not the bible. I am just upset at people who judge people for not dressing the way they do. It really matters if they are right with God. If they are saved, then wearing really short shorts (we don't believe in wearing anything above the knee) doesn't make them any less of a Christian.

    I hope you see where I'm coming from :) Love your blog! And I love to sew, I sew a lot of costumes, and I mend my skirts/jeans. I love sewing! As well as baking! I hope to be a good mommy when I am older :)

    I am still studying the topic of how the KJV is the best translation. I believe it's the best we have right now, but I have a few things I am studying at the moment about it. When I finish I will have to share it! But it might take a while :) I love studying the scriptures and finding encouraging verses!

    -Belle

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  43. Hi Isabella!
    Thank you for sharing! We would say, that because you are a Christian, you would strive to follow God and his commandments (that he lays down in the Bible). We would say the Bible does say to be modest, and we would take the stand that pants are not modest, but that doesn't make you unsaved, unless you know that by wearing pants you are disobeying God. In that case wearing pants is a sin. Thank you so much for following us, and commenting!

    In Christ,
    ~Hannah, Ruth, and Sarah~

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  44. Oops: But *wearing pants* doesn't necessarily make you unsaved.

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  45. Yeah that's the point I am trying to make. Sorry I guess I noticed one of the things I said I didn't say it right. Yes if you believe the bible says do not wear pants, and you keep wearing them, then you are in sin. So yes you should definitely strive to do his will and do what he says.

    I have got to say I can't WAIT for Christmas! It is huge in our family :) We love it! On Christmas day we make a cake and sing Happy birthday To Jesus, that's one of my favorites times! We don't do Halloween, so we are planning to decorate in a week or so! Yeah Christmas is very big in our family like I said :D

    -Belle

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    1. Hahahaha! If you can believe it, we already have a Christmas gift picked out for everyone in our family (we like to order off Amazon for Christmas). =D We don't do Halloween either! =D lol.

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  46. lol! Today we are decorating our house for Christmas! The day after Halloween we buy all the candy since it's so cheep and save it up for our annual ginger bread house decorating day on Christmas eve! We order things from Amazon too! Most of the girl's gifts I am making, but I still need to figure our what to get for the boys! :) That's always hard :D lol.

    -Belle

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    1. Lol!! We always buy the cheap Halloween candy too!! We know! The older brothers are hard (!!!) to buy for! They always say "Oh, just get anything, and I will like it"! That doesn't help! lol! =D

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  47. TAG!!!

    http://indonesiaaroundme.blogspot.com/2013/10/liebster-award.html

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  48. HI!! I'm not sure if you remember me from our past conversation above..I'm Chloe :) I have a blog now, and would love if you'd check it out!! blooming-maiden.blogspot.com
    Have a great day!!!

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  49. Totally understand your view on contemporary music. Although I do listen to a lot of country music, I like for there to be a distinct line- this is the music we play when we're worshiping God, this is what we listen to when we're working or relaxing. I don't really listen to the country stuff about drinking, cheating, etc., I prefer like the folk country or songs about just enjoying living. I don't think much of these praise and worship guys that just talk to a drumbeat, that takes no talent. Bluegrass banjo and guitar, instrumental, now most of that's clean and very enjoyable. So y'all don't have any instruments whatsoever?

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    1. We LOVE bluegrass music! (We don't care for the singing, but the musical part is AWESOME!!).

      No, Ruth plays piano, and her and our brother both have a guitar they play around with. Hannah and Sarah share a violin, and we would LOVE to learn the banjo! :) We would see nothing wrong with musical instruments. There is nothing in the Bible that says musical instruments are bad. :)



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  50. Okay then. Seriously, I don't know what I would do if I didn't have instruments and music. It's sort of my life (next to eating, blogging, and working on my truck). Do you listen to any Alison Krauss and Union Station? They're my all-time favorite band, next to Alabama.

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    1. Life would be SO dull without music and musical instruments! With ten of us at the house, one of us will probably being singing! lol :)
      Hmmm.... No, we never have heard of them. We have to look them out now! We really like Railroad Classics by Wayne Erbsen and Clean Pickin' by Steve Petit! It is nice to find a fellow Arkansan here in the blogging world!

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  51. Hi! I'm Tane, almost 13, I have nine siblings, I love Jesus, baking, sometimes crocheting...anyway, love your blog! I've been a silent reader for a while. :)
    Tane ♥
    tangerinetane.blogspot.com

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    1. You sound great Tane! Thanks for commenting and telling us about you! :)

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  52. What an impressive blog! I can tell that there was a lot of effort put into this. Two Great job! :)

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  53. Hey! I love your blog! It seams we have a bit in common which is nice
    Just stopping by to say hello!
    ~Evie Brandon
    http://ramblingsfromaustralia.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. Hi Evie!
      Thank you for stopping by! :)

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    2. XD
      Thanks for having such a great blog!
      ~Evie

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  54. hello! love your girls blog so much! :)

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  55. Love your blog! I'm a lot like you Sarah! I LOVE horses!

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  56. Hey, girls! I lived very much like you for a long time. My standards have changed as I have come to understand freedom in Christ and his grace. I pray that one day you will experience the wonderful, abundant grace of God that allows us to be free and live according to the Spirit, not under a system of good works and try hard.
    Have a great week!

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  57. Hi Keller Girls! I found your blog by accident when I was looking for something online, and it caught my eye, as I, too, am an original "Keller Girl"--I have 2 sisters, and people always called us "The Keller Girls" when we were growing up! I grew up in southern California in the 1950s and 60s--my dad's grandfather was an immigrant from Germany, and our Keller name originated from that country. Your blog is very sweet and your family is lovely. Have a wonderful, blessed week! Sincerely, Jann Keller Cook

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